15 definitions by Bill Cranny

He refused to talk to the police until his brief arrived
by Bill Cranny December 17, 2003
to tease, usually with some malice
He said he's meet her at 7 o'clock, but after she'd been standing in the rain for an hour she realised it was a wind-up
by Bill Cranny December 17, 2003
a muscle brain who defends/protects a criminal or shady operator from other criminals/shady operators and also does his employer's dirty work in general.
Smooth Arthur was defenceless when his minder got banged up for dishing out a little too much GBH.
by Bill Cranny December 17, 2003
high-laced boots favoured by skinheads and other undesirables
they put their bovver boots in and busted three of his ribs
by Bill Cranny December 17, 2003
I nicked the dosh, slipped it in me sky and had it away on me toes = I stole the money, slipped it in my pocket and ran away
by Bill Cranny December 17, 2003