Definition of Mashers

1. Noun. (plural of masher) ¹



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Definition of Mashers

1. masher [n] - See also: masher

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mashers

maser
masers
mases
mash-fat
mash note
mash notes
mash potato
mashable
mashed
mashed potato
mashed potatoes
masheen
masheens
masher
mashers (current term)
mashes
mashgiach
mashgiah
mashgichim
mashgihim
mashie
mashie-niblick
mashie niblick
mashier
mashies
mashiest
mashing
mashings
mashlam

Literary usage of Mashers

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1. Theatrical and Circus Life: Or, Secrets of the Stage, Green-room and Sawdust by John Joseph Jennings (1882)
""mashers" AND "MASHING.' The masher is a remarkable creature. He hovers everywhere, from the market-place to the meetinghouse and from the promenade to the ..."

2. Through Hell with Hiprah Hunt: A Series of Pictures and Notes of Travel ...by Arthur Henry Young by Arthur Henry Young (1901)
"... by permission, he goes along the edge of a void, and, turning to the right, comes to the district where street-corner mashers are punished. ..."

3. The American Jew: An Exposé of His Career by Telemachus Thomas Timayenis (1888)
"Overdressed, with mincing gait and dandified mien, these Jew "mashers" are daily to be seen strutting up and down the leading streets, ogling, with amazing ..."

4. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1883)
"As to young Oxford nobs and the mashers, that 's jest where this chap shows the Got the very wast eye for a likeness, my pippin, as ever I 've seen. ..."

5. The Iron Age Directory (1904)
"mashers.) Potato Machinery— Bateman Mfg. Co.. Grenloch. N. 3. (See Parere. Apple and Potato.) Potato Cutters. Hooks. mashers— Potato mashers. ..."

6. American Negligence Cases: A Complete Collection of All Reported Negligence (1904)
"He ascended to the third floor by means of a stairway, obtained the mashers, and on his return fell m to the elevator shaft onto the elevator, a distance of ..."

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