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Victorian Slang of the Week

chicken-fixings–1847. Little, unimportant things, often referred to belongings. “After being fired, the cow hand gathered up his chicken-fixin’s and went to town looking for the saloon.” There are three references up through 1873, so I suppose it was used occasionally. Nothing for it after the 19th century, however.

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