Definition of Bushrangers

1. Noun. (plural of bushranger) ¹



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Definition of Bushrangers

1. bushranger [n] - See also: bushranger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bushrangers

bushlips
bushmakinite
bushman
bushman's poison
bushmanship
bushmaster
bushmasters
bushmeat
bushmeats
bushmen
bushment
bushments
bushpig
bushpigs
bushranger
bushrangers (current term)
bushranging
bushrangings
bushshrike
bushshrikes
bushtit
bushtucker
bushveld
bushvelds
bushveldt
bushwa
bushwack
bushwacked
bushwacking

Literary usage of Bushrangers

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1. Australian Dictionary of Dates and Men of the Time: Containing the History by John Henniker Heaton (1879)
"He was kept a prisoner for some hours, when he was released unharmed, March 1, 1863 ; Clarke, one of the bushrangers present at the murder of Mr. Cirkel on ..."

2. Recollections of Bush Life in Australia: During a Residence of Eight Years by Henry William Haygarth (1861)
"Report of bushrangers—Its effect in the Neighbourhood—The Discomfited Settler—An Unwelcome Visit—Buchan Charley—His History—Confessions of a Bushranger—The ..."

3. Jail journal, or, Five years in British prisons by John Mitchel (1854)
"A Family of Irish Colonists—Mrs. Connell and the bushrangers—Ride up the Mountains—Meagher and his Dog—Lake Sorel on the Mountain-top—Visit to Meagher's ..."

4. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1890)
"An elder son, John Granville Grenfell, commissioner of crown lands in New South Wales, was killed while defending the mail against an attack of bushrangers ..."

5. The Coming of the British to Australia, 1788 to 1829 by Ida Lee (1906)
"THE FIRST REGIMENTS, THE bushrangers AND THE POLICE. WHILE naval officers were surveying the coast of Australia, army officers were not 'only assisting but ..."

6. The Progress of Australasia in the Nineteenth Century by Timothy Augustine Coghlan, Thomas T. Ewing (1903)
"A few days later a public-house kept by a man named Cirkel was " stuck up " by four bushrangers. The landlord was deliberately murdered by one of the gang, ..."

7. Cassell's Picturesque Australasia by Edward Ellis Morris (1889)
"SOME bushrangers. Morgan's Last Exploit—The Kelly Gang—The Police ... In 1827 a much-respected colonist was shot by a party of bushrangers, one of whom was ..."

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