Definition of Drugger

1. n. A druggist.



Definition of Drugger

1. Noun. (obsolete) A druggist. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Drugger

1. one that drugs [n -S] - See also: drugs

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drugger

drug tolerance
drug toxicity
drug traffic
drug trafficker
drug trafficking
drug user
drug utilization
drug utilization review
drug war
drug withdrawal
drugability
drugfree
druggability
druggable
drugged
drugger (current term)
druggers
drugget
druggets
druggie
druggier
druggies
druggiest
druggily
drugginess
drugging
druggist
druggists
druggy
drugless

Literary usage of Drugger

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1. Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick, Esq: Interspersed with Characters and by Thomas Davies (1818)
"... labours in parts of exertion, induced to divert and relax himself with some low comick parts, and particularly Ahel drugger in Johnson's Alchymist. ..."

2. Principles of Legislation: From the Ms. of Jeremy Bentham ... By M. Dumont by Jeremy Bentham, Etienne Dumont, John Neal, Jean-Charles-Léonard Sismondi (1830)
"Bentham's Reminiscences—Garrick in Abel drugger—Effect of old age— ... He had seen Garrick in his best character—Abel drugger, and remembered him perfectly. ..."

3. Dramatic Essays by William Hazlitt, William Archer, Robert William Lowe (1818)
"KEAN'S ZANGA AND ABEL drugger. Examiner, May 28, 1815. MR. KEAN played for his benefit on Wednesday the character of Zanga, in The Revenge (which he is to ..."

4. The British Drama: Comprehending the Best Plays in the English Language (1804)
"Got off from Subtle, Surly, Mammon, Dol, Hot Ananias, Dapper, drugger, all With whom I traded ; yet I put myself On you that are my country; and this pelf, ..."

5. The Life of Edmund Kean by Barry Cornwall (1835)
"REUBEN GLENROY — RICHARD THE SECOND — ZANGA—ABEL drugger—KEAN'S COMEDY—MRS. GARRICK AGAiN—PRESENTS. KEAN'S triumphs had hitherto been confined to land; ..."

6. A View of the English Stage...: Or, A Series of Dramatic Criticisms by William Hazlitt, W. Spencer Jackson (1906)
"Mr. Kean's Abel drugger was an exquisite piece of ludicrous naivete. The first word he utters, " .Swr,"6 drew bursts of laughter and applause. ..."

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