Bacchanalian
Given to drunken revelry; riotously drunken
Begirt
Encircled with
Blacavized
Bearded and dark looking
Black Topper
A top hat; a silk cylindrical hat
Braces
The British term for suspenders
Cocky
To be over confident or even arrogant
Cozening
To hoodwink or bamboozle
Distingué
Distinguished or noble
Dodgy
Underhanded; not to be trusted or carried out with questionable motives
Embonpoint
Well-rounded or plump
Gab
To talk, often too much
Grand Signeur
A dignified man or an aristocrat
Hauteur
Haughty, prideful or arrogant attitude
He was himself pinked in turn
Bloodied back; scored a return hit
Hillock
Also called a knoll or a small hill
Jonah
An evil sea spirit feared by sailors and pirates
Lam
To beat or thrash
Moidores
A Portuguese gold coin current in 18th century England
Nipped
An English term meaning to dash about briefly; as in a quick trip
Perambulators
Longer form of pram, a British term for a stroller or baby carriage
Perfidious
Deceitful or untrustworthy
Pertinacity
To stick to relentlessly
Phalanx
A rectangular mass military formation
Phlegmatic
An unemotional and stolidly calm disposition
Pinafore
A pinafore is a full apron with two holes for the arms that is tied or buttoned in the back
Pluperfect
From the Latin plus quam perfectum, pluperfect means past perfect
Raconteur
A skilled storyteller and entertainer
Rampagious
Alternate spelling for rampageous meaning violent or marked by emotional intensity
Rollicking
Boisterous or carefree. Also used in England to desribe a severe reprimand
Stodge
To stuff full of food and drink
Tinkle
To make a tinkling sound such as ice in a glass
Unwonted
Not accustomed to or not usual