Definition of Drubbers

1. Noun. (plural of drubber) ¹



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Definition of Drubbers

1. drubber [n] - See also: drubber

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drubbers

drowsily
drowsiness
drowsinesses
drowsing
drowsing(a)
drowsy
drowth
drowths
droxicam
droxidopa
droyle
droyled
drub
drubbed
drubber
drubbers (current term)
drubbing
drubbings
drubs
drucken
drudge
drudged
drudger
drudgeries
drudgers
drudgery
drudges
drudgework
drudgey
drudging

Literary usage of Drubbers

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1. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1888)
"If we of опт foes would be drubbers, We must not] only rieht, we muet think. The Board were all muffs, and / twigged it, [set agog. ..."

2. Essays and Essay-writing: Based on Atlantic Monthly Models by William Maddux Tanner (1918)
"... took place in my twelfth year, and for a long time he occupied a niche of honor in my mental gallery of heroes as the most redoubtable of drum-drubbers. ..."

3. American Comic Annual by Henry James Finn (1831)
"Here comes a gang Of sheepskin drubbers, murderers of quiet And of acoustics, in attendance on That most forlorn of hopes, a company Of volunteers, ..."

4. The Present State of Europe (1698)
"... up the Basket hilled drubbers for the Entertainment of the Company ; fo, now the Great Monarchs of Europe have laid down their Arms, the Petty States of ..."

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