Chiefly British. an alcoholic drink taken after completing the day’s work, usually at sundown.
Australian. a tramp or hobo, especially one who arrives at a homestead near sundown in order to avoid having to work in exchange for shelter.
(Austral & NZ, obsolete, slang) a tramp, esp one who seeks food and lodging at sundown when it is too late to work
(nautical) a strict ship’s officer
(informal, mainly Brit) an alcoholic drink taken at sunset
(NZ, slang) a lazy sheepdog
Sunday punch


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