2 definitions by RockNRollStar

Top Definition
The word sound showing approvement and acknowlegdement and pound to show whatever you are refering to. Therefore showing approvement towards something. Originally from the days when the pound coin was introduced was said around London as there was a good exchange rate.
"The party was sound as a pound". Showing good humoured feelings towards it.
by RockNRollStar May 24, 2006
To show something is approved, sound as a pound, better than good. Not to be confused with to be let off with something (old phrase).
A hot bird walks past you in a bar. You say "That bird was off the hook".
by RockNRollStar May 24, 2006
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