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    Cool be armpit-deep in rabid killers

    Is the following sentence kind of slang?

    They were armpit-deep in rabid killers

    No idea what's saying. Thanks for any assistance

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    Re: be armpit-deep in rabid killers

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    Is the following sentence kind of slang?

    They were armpit-deep in rabid killers

    No idea what's saying. Thanks for any assistance
    If you are armpit-deep (up to your armpits in BrE) in something, you are almost overwhelmed by it. (In Irish English it's "up to your oxters")

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