Definition of Mouchers
1. moucher [n] - See also: moucher
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mouchers
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Literary usage of Mouchers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life and Labour of the People in London by Charles Booth (1902)
"The occupations mentioned were sandwich-men, bill-stickers, and, our attendant added, a good many who could be called ' mouchers. ..."
2. Twice-born Men: A Clinic in Regeneration; a Footnote in Narrative to by Harold Begbie (1909)
"The Army isn't for mouchers and work-shys, and willing-to-work-but-wonts. No; it's for those who seek Almighty God, who go on their knees to Him, ..."
3. Nature Near London by Richard Jefferies (1883)
"Wooden cottages, wooden barns, wooden mills are also characteristic. mouchers come along the road at all times and seasons, ..."
4. Round about a Great Estate by Richard Jefferies (1881)
"Hops climb the ash and hang their clusters, which impart an aromatic scent to the hand that plucks them; broad burdock leaves, which the mouchers put on the ..."
5. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1898)
"... are mouchers too. To be ' pretty sprag' or ' sprack' is to be pretty well, lively; and young William blundering over his accidence in the Merry Wives of ..."