Definition of Cadgers

1. Noun. (plural of cadger) ¹



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Definition of Cadgers

1. cadger [n] - See also: cadger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cadgers

cadene
cadent
cadential
cadenza
cadenzas
cades
cadet
cadet blue
cadets
cadetship
cadetships
cadette
cadge
cadged
cadger
cadgers (current term)
cadges
cadgier
cadgiest
cadgin
cadginess
cadging
cadgy
cadherin
cadherins
cadi
cadie
cadies
cadilesker
cadileskers

Literary usage of Cadgers

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1. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1862)
"... abandon the study or the cathedral, to harangue cadgers from the steps of an omnibus, as though this were the beginning and end of the Church's work. ..."

2. Grose's Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue: Revised and Corrected by Francis Grose, Pierce Egan (1823)
"... made themselves as affable and jolly as the rest of the motley crew among the beggars, cadgers, thieves, &c. who at that time infested the Holy Land ! ..."

3. The History of Old Dundee, Narrated Out of the Town Council Register, with by Alexander Maxwell (1884)
"HUCKSTERS, CHAPMEN, AND cadgers. 1502. The dealings of the lesser traders were strictly regulated. " Na OCT. 5. hucksters within the burgh, ..."

4. East Neuk Chronicles by William Forbes Skene (1905)
"THE SAND cadgers. Where Albion Street Church now stands was the rendezvous in those days of a race of character now almost as extinct as the dodo—namely, ..."

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