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wacker
crazy person; wanker.
waffle on
to chatter on; talkative.
wagging
truant from school.
wacka
fool, drongo, idiot.
wake up, Australia!
said to a daydreamer.
walkabout (gone)
gone for an extended walk in the bush.
walking papers
dismissal notice; to get the sack.
walloper
policeman.
wally
an idiot; someone that forgot something.
Wally Grout
a shout (rhyming slang).
waltzing matilda
carrying a swag.
water the horse
to urinate.
weak as a wet whistle
very weak.
weak as cats' piss
very weak alcoholic drink.
weed
tobacco; now a term for marijuana.
were you born in a tent?
said to someone that always leaves a door open.
well under
drunk.
wellies
Wellington boots; gum boots; rubber waterproof boots.
welsh on
inform on someone; to fail to pay debts; to betray.
went through like a dose of salts
to leave quickly.
westie
someone from the Western suburbs.
wet arse and no fish
of an ineffectual task.
wet as water
ineffective.
wet enough to bog a duck
extremely wet weather.
whacko!/whacko the diddle-o!
a jubilent expression.
what are ya!
a sarcastic exclamation used when someone says something foolish.


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