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other words for easies
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I am sure, after thirty hours' paddling with only two or three long easies, we deserve a rest.
CONDEMNED AS A NIHILISTGEORGE ALFRED HENTY
In Whitechapel the other night I discovered two free-and-easies on my way to one of the music-halls of that district.
DAYS AND NIGHTS IN LONDONJ. EWING RITCHIE
As a result, there is much immorality in this section,—speak easies, cocaine joints and disorderly houses abound.
He told of speak-easies, and hang-outs of all kinds, masked under the appearance of small grocery shops.
They were not ‘speak-easies,’ but ‘yell-louds,’ as they disturbed their neighbourhoods with their hideous conduct.
SOBER BY ACT OF PARLIAMENTFRED A. MCKENZIE
They spoke of girls as "four-flushers," as "easies," as "stiffs" and "stand-patters."
THE HEART OF THE ROSEMABEL A. MCKEE
An ye niver heard sich an iligant vice even at the free and easies!
IN WILD ROSE TIMEAMANDA M. DOUGLAS