Definition of Thwackers

1. Noun. (plural of thwacker) ¹



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Definition of Thwackers

1. thwacker [n] - See also: thwacker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thwackers

thus and suches
thus far
thuses
thusly
thusness
thussock
thussocks
thuswise
thuya
thuyas
thuyin
thuyol
thwack
thwacked
thwacker
thwackers (current term)
thwacking
thwacks
thwaite
thwaites
thwap
thwart
thwarted
thwartedness
thwarter
thwarters
thwarting
thwartingly
thwartings
thwartly

Literary usage of Thwackers

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1. An Essay on Comedy and the Uses of the Comic Spirit by George Meredith (1918)
"They lump along like the old lob- legs of Dobbin the horse; or do their business like cudgels of carpet-thwackers expelling dust, or the cottage-clock ..."

2. The Dogs and the Fleas by Frederic Scrimshaw (1893)
"... Clubbed Society ;" "The Yanking Dogs Heavenward Association;" "The Order of Holy Whackers and thwackers ; " " The Compulsory Holiness Society ;" " The ..."

3. The Pocket Edition of the Works of George Meredith: Originally Emilia in England by George Meredith (1897)
"They lump along like the old lob-legs of Dobbin the horse; or do their business like cudgels of carpet- thwackers expelling dust, or the cottage-clock ..."

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