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Victorian Slang of the Week


71T4RQXEDML._SL500_AA240_[1]Up against it—in great difficult or distress.  Late in the century, 1895 in print.  Seems to be used quite commonly in print at this point, which may mean it came suddenly into usage, or had been used for several years earlier


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