n pl
teeth. Cockney rhyming slang referring to the London beauty spot Hampstead Heath. The term (which is still heard) is invariably used with the dropped aspi-rate.
► a lovely set of 'ampsteads kicked in the 'ampsteads

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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