An armed robbery; holdup (1920s+ Underworld)
/ˈxʌtˌfɒl/ adjective 1. (South African) annoyed; fed up
n. ancient German territorial and administrative division, originally comprising several villages, surviving in place names such as Breisgau and Oberammergau; also in gauleiter (from leiter “leader”), title of the local political leaders under the Nazi system. Cf. the first element in yeoman.
[gohsh] /goʊʃ/ adjective 1. lacking social grace, sensitivity, or acuteness; awkward; crude; tactless: Their exquisite manners always make me feel gauche. /ɡəʊʃ/ adjective 1. lacking ease of manner; tactless adj. “awkward, tactless,” 1751 (Chesterfield), from French gauche “left” (15c., replacing Old French senestre in that sense), originally “awkward, awry,” from Middle French gauchir “turn aside, […]
[goh-shuh-ree; French gohshuh-ree] /ˌgoʊ ʃəˈri; French goʊʃəˈri/ noun, plural gaucheries [goh-shuh-reez; French gohshuh-ree] /ˌgoʊ ʃəˈriz; French goʊʃəˈri/ (Show IPA) 1. lack of social grace, sensitivity, or acuteness; awkwardness; crudeness; tactlessness. 2. an act, movement, etc., that is socially graceless, awkward, or tactless. /ˌɡəʊʃəˈriː; ˈɡəʊʃərɪ; French ɡoʃri/ noun 1. the quality of being gauche 2. a […]