Lime-juicer



[lahym-joo-ser] /ˈlaɪmˌdʒu sər/

noun, Older Slang: Usually Disparaging and Offensive.
1.
a British sailor.
2.
a British person.
n.

see Limey.

noun

[fr the ration of lime juice given to British sailors as an antiscorbutic; the dated use for the first sense is strictly ”an English immigrant to the Antipodes”; the generalized term probably reflects the US use, ”English sailor or soldier,” found by 1918]

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