Courtesy of The Institute of Edwardian Studies, Askew's Glossary of Victorian Colonial fallalish – pertaining to an article of clothing or piece of dress that is excessively got the chuck – fired from a job, discharged from a position, dismissed Bought and copied by almost all nations, although often under other names.
Dash my wig, the Victorians had a lovely way with words.
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