blind pig
noun Date: 1886 blind tiger

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  • blind pig — ☆ blind pig n. [Old Slang] SPEAK EASY …   English World dictionary

  • Blind pig — A blind pig, also known as a blind tiger, originated in the United States in the 1800s, when blue laws restricted the sale of alcoholic beverages. A saloonkeeper would charge customers to see an attraction (such as an animal), and provide a… …   Wikipedia

  • blind pig — noun slang : blind tiger * * * Chiefly Inland North and Pacific States. See blind tiger. [1865 70, Amer.] * * * blind pig, U.S. Slang. a place where intoxicating liquors are sold contrary to law. * * * n. another term for blind tiger Origin …   Useful english dictionary

  • blind pig —    American    an unlicensed place for the consumption of intoxicants    Hidden from the pigs, or police, perhaps?     Howitson had raided it as long ago as February, 1966, and had discovered that it was, in fact, the front for a blind pig.… …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • blind pig — Chiefly Inland North and Pacific States. See blind tiger. [1865 70, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • blind pig — noun a) a blind tiger or speakeasy b) A police officer who has been bribed to ignore illegal activities …   Wiktionary

  • blind pig — (also blind tiger) noun N. Amer. informal an illegal bar. Origin C19: prob. so called to evade prohibiton laws, the bars being disguised as exhibition halls for the display of natural curiosities …   English new terms dictionary

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