Definition of Slangers

1. slanger [n] - See also: slanger



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Slangers

slanderer
slanderers
slandering
slanderous
slanderously
slanderousness
slanders
slandre
slane
slanes
slang
slang-whanger
slang-whangers
slanged
slanger
slangers (current term)
slangier
slangiest
slangily
slanginess
slanginesses
slanging
slanging match
slanging matches
slangings
slangish
slangous
slangrill
slangs
slanguage

Literary usage of Slangers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Southern Literary Messenger by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Computer Science (1839)
"The jests and jeers of the " slangers" leave a sting behind them. They corrupt pure taste and pervert morality, for vice loses " D Homo! ..."

2. The Metropolitan (1832)
"... and slangers call paper rags: in the same way are mortgage-deeds only shins ! As to foreign trade, there are two ways in which it is beneficial to a ..."

3. How and where to Fish in Ireland: A Hand-guide for Anglers by John Joseph Dunne (1887)
"Unclean fish are called "kippers" (rarely), " slatts," "kelts," "slangers" (in Mayo), "red-fish," ..."

4. The British Pulpit (1839)
"... and thou be tempted and fall likewise ; considering that thou art exposed to the same temptations and the same slangers, " Bear ye one another's burdens ..."

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