See slangily.

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  • slanginess — noun see slang I …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • slanginess — n. slangy quality, crudeness or commonness of speech …   English contemporary dictionary

  • slanginess — slang·i·ness …   English syllables

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  • slangy — slangily, adv. slanginess, n. /slang ee/, adj., slangier, slangiest. 1. of, of the nature of, or containing slang: a slangy expression. 2. using much slang: slangy speech. [1840 50; SLANG1 + Y1] * * * …   Universalium

  • slang — noun informal language that is more common in speech than in writing and is typically restricted to a particular context or group. verb informal attack (someone) using abusive language. Derivatives slangily adverb slanginess noun slangy adjective …   English new terms dictionary

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