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C. 1930] Vulgar common intensifier. the Blues, p. 65. All alone in a — room up- snoring up a breeze and cuddling a big-assed bottle champagne. — pp. 225-226, They slapped a high- assed old bail of seventy-five hundred dollars on us. , p. 46. I've hated chicks since the day I first laid eyes on my bad-assed mother. AX [ ax, axe, n. [see 1958 quot. for 8 ] semantic explanation; current — See 1957, 1959 quots. 1956 Sideman, make it with tonight? Bring your "You wanta me 25. p. Y. , p. 26. axe: 1957 since c.
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