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dick

1. n. a detective; a police officer. (Underworld. From detective.) Marlowe is a private dick who has to keep one step ahead of the cops.
2. n. the penis. (Usually objectionable. Currently the most publicly used word for this organ.) She told some dirty joke about a dick, but everybody just sat there and looked straight ahead.
3. n. a stupid person, usually a male. (Rude and derogatory.) What stupid dick put this thing here in the way?
4. n. nothing. (Usually objectionable.) The whole idea isn’t worth dick.
5. tv. & in. to copulate [with] a woman. (Usually objectionable.) If you think I’m going out with a guy who only wants to get me dicked, you’re crazy.
6. tv. to cheat or deceive someone. (see also fuck, hose, screw.) That salesman dicked me for ten extra bucks.
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References in classic literature ?
Poor Dick was not prepared for this terrible culmination.
Dick,' said my aunt triumphantly, 'give me your hand, for your common sense is invaluable.
Dick, who shook hands with me a great many times, and hailed this happy close of the proceedings with repeated bursts of laughter.
Dick, a book filled with some of the most poignant interviews of Dick's life (Streitfeld, 2015).
Based on archival research and interviews with Dick Yee's family, this essay shows how Dick Yee used the networks that he built from working in other Chinese supermarkets to gather Chinese immigrants as low-wage workers.
John Scott QC, defending, took Dick, 56, through a series of statements he gave to police after mum-of-two Arlene went missing.
Claiming that "in Dick's fiction truth is not a state of things, something stable and fixed," Rossi confidently declares that, for Dick, "truth is an event" (11).
Every day, circumstances confirmed this, but still Dick wondered about his place among powerful men.
But Dick had never participated in a long-distance race and had doubts.
Dick divides his movie evenly between attempting to expose what he sees as the history of the MPAA's censorship and hypocrisy and exposing the identities of MPAA members themselves.
Dick, Chapter 1, "Rubber compounding: Introduction, definitions and available resources," Rubber Technology, Compounding and Testing for Performance, edited by J.
About 14 years ago, the doctor told me to get off the tractor or else," Dick explains.
Dick complies with those terms by promptly remitting each of the above payments to the partnership.
I think the cancer-stem-cell hypothesis will apply to every kind of cancer," says Dick.
Of course, when Dick wrote about alternative realities, he went further than most of the movies he inspired.