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Regency slang

November 10, 2015 06:21PM
I thought that subject line would get your attention! But really: I need help coming up with a slang term appropriate to Regency England. Specifically, Wickham walks out of an inn in a nasty mood and takes a kick at a street urchin who has the misfortune to fall in his path. So far I have, "Get out of my way, you filthy little rat!" which feels pretty weak. I'm not looking for offensive curse words, but rather a bit of cant that will indicate to Elizabeth (who, of course, overhears him) that Wickham is actually very coarse even though he can assume the veneer of a fine gentleman. Suggestions?

Thanks, Jean
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Regency slang

Jean M.November 10, 2015 06:21PM

Re: Regency slang

Sandy CNovember 10, 2015 08:35PM

Re: Regency slang

PeterNovember 10, 2015 11:40PM

Re: Regency slang

Sarah WaldockNovember 10, 2015 11:39PM

Re: Regency slang

Jean M.November 11, 2015 03:00AM

Re: Welcome! (nfm)

Sarah WaldockNovember 11, 2015 09:47PM

That should get the point across! (nfm)

Sandy CNovember 10, 2015 11:44PM

Beautiful.! smiling smiley (nfm)

PeterNovember 10, 2015 11:41PM



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