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Hail and Rain

Hail and Rain is Cockney slang for Train.

"When's the next Hail and Rain?"

In use between 1920s and 1970s.

Credit: contributed by Pete W on 21-Jan-2014.


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Classic 7 times. Modern 4 times. Mockney 6 times.

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