Definition of Thiggers
1. thigger [n] - See also: thigger
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thiggers
Literary usage of Thiggers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Furth in Field: A Volume of Essays on the Life, Language and Literature of by James Logie Robertson, James Thomson, Robert Burns (1894)
"By nightfall many thiggers who had been supplied at each place of call on ... The Yule or Hogmanay thiggers were grown up; the Hansel collectors, again, ..."
2. The Fair Maid of Perth by Walter Scott, Sr. (2001)
"... which more resembles the masterful license of Highland thiggers and ... it wrenched from us by the hands of rude and violent men, whose * thiggers and ..."
3. The Social Life of Scotland in the Eighteenth Century by Henry Grey Graham (1899)
"... gypsies, thiggers/' as they are called in copious and indiscriminate vocabulary, whom Fletcher describes as " living without regard to laws of man, ..."