boozing-ken

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boozing-ken (plural boozing-kens)

  1. Alternative spelling of boozing ken
    • 1844–45, Reynolds, George William MacArthur, “The Boozing-Ken”, in The Mysteries of London[1]:
      I was up Hackney way, expecting to do a little business with Tom the Cracksman, which didn't come off; for Tom had been at the boozing-ken all the night before, and had blowed his hand up in a lark with some davy's dust.