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Definition of Trouncer
1. one that trounces [n -S] - See also: trounces
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Literary usage of Trouncer
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1. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1829)
"LINCHPIN. Fetter-lane, October 7, 1828. trouncer—EXTRAORDINARY RUN ... half a century back, a period coeval with the triumphs of trouncer, who lies bu- ..."
2. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches: A Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1893)
"Tom C/uster said the horse had cleared the lock, and I -didn't like to contradict him; but my opinion (and I was likely 'to know) is this, Neither trouncer ..."
3. Racing Life of Lord George Cavendish Bentinck, M. P. and Other Reminiscences by John Kent, Francis Charles Lawley (1892)
"To my great surprise and disappointment, trouncer waited upon Crozier, ... Two days later Crozier and trouncer were in another sweepstakes at the same ..."
4. The Kennel Stud Book: Containing Lists of the Most Celebrated Packs of by Cornelius Tongue (1866)
"trouncer . Mr. Drake's Bachelor Mr. Hodgson's Vexer Duke of Rutland's Rover ft Sir Tatton Sykes' Warrior Mr. Hill's trouncer . Vestal. Barbara. Vanity. ..."
5. Life and Labour of the People in London by Charles Booth (1896)
"Both drayman and trouncer often live during the day at the charge of the customers whom they serve, so that the mid-day dinner seldom costs them anything ..."