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Browsing page 2 of words meaning to go, leave, move, start, stop, halt (186 words total)

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bail up

verb

  • to call someone to halt, particularly when the intention is to rob. Usually used in reference to Australian bushrangers. Possible origin: to place a cow in bails prior to milking.
    He tried to bail up a traveller en route to the diggings.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to halt.

    Last edited on May 06 2011. Submitted by Chippy from Australia on Mar 04 1998.

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ball out

verb

  • to leave.
    The police showed up at the party and we balled out.

    Last edited on Feb 03 1998. Submitted by Brian from Herndon, VA, USA on Feb 03 1998.

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beagle

noun

  • a funny person; joker; "smart-ass"; "class clown".
    That guy is a real beagle.
    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Nov 16 2011. Submitted by Thomas H. from Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand on Nov 01 2002.

verb

  • to leave in a hurry; not running, but quickly and quietly so as to not attract attention. Usually used in the past tense because the person in question has already "beagled."
    After realizing she was at the party, he decided to beagle.
    This definition is questionable and is pending deletion. It will be saved from deletion if legitimate citations are found.

    Last edited on Feb 22 2013. Submitted by Marc Hodgkinson from London, ON, Canada on Aug 01 1998.

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beat cheeks

verb

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beat feet

verb

  • to hurry, hustle, esp. when departing.
    We better beat feet or we'll be late.
    • See more words with the same meaning: to hurry.

    Last edited on Aug 30 2003. Submitted by Morgan D. from Seattle, WA, USA on Aug 30 2003.

  • to run

    Last edited on Apr 03 2005. Submitted by BARRY T. on Apr 03 2005.

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beetlejuice

  • to leave a place quickly.
    The police were raiding the place, so I beetlejuiced it out of there.

    Last edited on May 22 2003. Submitted by John H. from Central, Hong Kong on May 22 2003.

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