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  • A little of what you fancy does you good ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • A wandering eye
  • Adjust your dress
  • Adult entertainment ( euphemism for sexual or violent entertainment )
  • All the way ( euphemism for full sexual activity )
  • Ample proportions
  • Angel of the night
  • Answer the call
  • Apple polish
  • Armed intervention
  • Armed struggle
  • Asleep with Jesus
  • At rest
  • Bait and switch
  • Barking at the ants
  • Bash the bishop
  • Batting for the other side
  • Be excused
  • Beat your meat
  • Bedroom eyes
  • Below stairs
  • Bend the rules
  • Between jobs
  • Beyond the blanket
  • Big boned
  • Bird dog
  • Bite the dust ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Blood money
  • Blow chunks
  • Both oars in the water
  • Bought the farm ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Bowel movement
  • Breathe one's last
  • Broad in the beam ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Brown sugar ( slang term for heroin )
  • Brown trousers
  • Built for comfort not speed
  • Bump off
  • Bun in the oven ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Bunny hugger
  • Buy the farm
  • Call girl
  • Call of nature
  • Calling for Huey
  • Carnal knowledge
  • Cash in your cheques
  • Cash in your chips
  • Caught short
  • Celestial discharge
  • Cement shoes
  • Change into your brown trousers
  • Chase the dragon
  • Check out
  • Cheese eater
  • Chew a gun
  • Chicago typewriter
  • Chinese fire drill
  • Choke the chicken
  • Chubby chaser
  • Chutney ferret
  • Collateral damage
  • Colour up ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Combat fatigue
  • Come across
  • Come to Jesus
  • Come to a sticky end
  • Concrete shoes
  • Consenting adults
  • Cop a packet
  • Cor blimey ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Corn fed
  • Country sports
  • Cross over to the other side
  • Cut the cheese
  • Deal from the bottom of the deck
  • Dear John
  • Deja food
  • Depart this life
  • Did the earth move for you
  • Differently-abled ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Discussing Uganda ( euphemism for sex )
  • Do what comes naturally
  • Do your business
  • Dropped off the perch
  • Eating disorder
  • Economical with the truth
  • Eff off
  • Enhanced interrogation techniques ( euphemism for torture )
  • Eternal rest
  • Ethnic cleansing
  • Expletive deleted
  • Face your maker
  • Fall asleep
  • Fate worse than death ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Fill full of holes
  • Flirty fishing
  • Floral tribute
  • Fold your hand
  • Freshen up
  • Full figured
  • Gardening leave
  • Gathered to God
  • Gentleman friend
  • Gentlemen of colour
  • Get your leg over
  • Give up the ghost
  • Glasgow kiss
  • Glove money
  • Go all the way
  • Go down for the third time
  • Go down on
  • Go over to the other side
  • Go the way of all flesh
  • Go the whole way
  • Go to bed with
  • Go to sleep
  • Go to the bathroom
  • Go to your eternal reward
  • Go with child
  • Gone before
  • Gone to a better world
  • Good time girl
  • Gordon Bennett!
  • Granny farming
  • Grow a tail
  • Gyppy tummy
  • Hankie pankie
  • Happy event
  • Happy hunting ground
  • Hard of hearing
  • Have it away
  • Have the painters in
  • Have your ticket punched
  • He likes a drink
  • Heavy with child
  • Hide the sausage
  • Hiking the Appalachian Trail ( euphemism for adultery )
  • Hirsutely challenged
  • Hit the bottle
  • Hot to trot
  • House of ill repute
  • How's your father
  • Impaired hearing
  • In Abraham's bosom
  • In an interesting condition
  • In reduced circumstances
  • In the club
  • In the family way
  • In the raw
  • In trouble
  • It fell off the back of a lorry
  • Jail bait
  • Jonnies out of jail
  • Jump the broomstick
  • Just good friends
  • Kick the bucket
  • Knee trembler
  • Knocked up
  • Knocking shop
  • Lady of the night
  • Laid off
  • Laid to rest
  • Laid up in lavender
  • Late developer
  • Laughing at the lawn
  • Learning difficulties
  • Leave the room
  • Leg over
  • Lie back and think of England
  • Light in the loafers
  • Like a rag doll
  • Like the dickens
  • Living together
  • Lose your lunch
  • Lumpy burp
  • Make hay
  • Make out
  • Make whoopee
  • Meat packer
  • Meet your maker
  • Missing in action
  • Necktie party
  • Negative equity
  • Negatively privilege
  • Nickel and dime
  • Night soil
  • No longer with us
  • Nocturnal emission
  • Not tonight Josephine
  • Nudge nudge, wink wink ( A line from Monty Python's Flying Circus )
  • Of unsound mind
  • On Carey Street ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • On the job
  • One off the wrist
  • Paper the house
  • Pass on
  • Pass over to the other side
  • Paying guest
  • Peace at last
  • Peg out
  • Piece of the action ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Pillow biter
  • Pop off
  • Pop your clogs
  • Powder room
  • Powder your nose
  • Press your attentions on
  • Pressure of work
  • Private parts
  • Pull the pin
  • Pushing up daisies
  • Put on the wooden overcoat
  • Put to death
  • Put to sleep
  • Recent unpleasantness
  • Regime change
  • Resisting arrest
  • Restricted growth
  • Reverse engineering
  • Roll in the hay
  • Rumpy pumpy
  • Rush the growler
  • Sartorially challenged
  • Shoot blanks
  • Shot while trying to escape
  • Shuffle off this mortal coil
  • Shuffle off to Buffalo
  • Singing like a duck
  • Siphon the Python
  • Six feet under
  • Slap and tickle
  • Sleep around
  • Sleep with
  • Slipped my moorings ( euphemism for adultery )
  • Smallest room in the house
  • Snatched from us
  • Snuff out
  • Something for the weekend sir?
  • Spend a penny
  • Spend more time with my family
  • Spend the night with
  • Sprout wings
  • Stand before your maker
  • Step down
  • Supreme sacrifice
  • Take a bath
  • Take care of
  • Take to the hills
  • Take your groceries for a swim
  • Take your life
  • Talk to Ralph on the big white phone
  • Ten one hundred
  • The F word
  • The beast with two backs ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • The big C
  • The birds and the bees
  • The departed
  • The little boys' room
  • The oldest profession
  • The way of all flesh
  • Throw a hump to
  • Throw up
  • Tired and over emotional
  • Top shelf magazine
  • Training to be a supermodel
  • Turn a trick
  • Turn up your toes
  • Up the duff
  • Vatican roulette
  • Visit the ladies room
  • Visually challenged
  • Wear the pine overcoat
  • Wear your apron high
  • Well endowed
  • Well fed
  • Well hung
  • Wham bam and thank you ma'am
  • Winter drawers on ( old British euphemistic joke )
  • With child
  • Wrong side of the blanket
  • Your place or mine?

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