argot[ ahr-goh, -guh t ]SEE DEFINITION OF argot
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARGOT
"That looks good to me," said Peter, delighted that the argot fell so aptly from his lips.
"It is a kind of argot which belongs only to Americans," I answered in an undertone.
It is only argot anyway, and it doesn't mean sotte, but nave.
This dialect is termed in English slang, in French argot, in Italian gergo.
The which, in Parisian argot, at once means everything and nothing.
You are really not at all sure that the white face belonged to Argot, are you?
I shouted, as Argot (for it was indeed he) tried to fire over his shoulder.
To abuse him in his own argot was to make him loose his bag of mice in a flash.
For it was all refinement at the beginning, and wandered off into argot that was the very reverse.
You look to me as if you were perfectly acquainted with the argot of the heart.