Definition of Trudgeons

1. trudgeon [n] - See also: trudgeon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trudgeons

trucky
truckyard
truckyards
truculence
truculences
truculencies
truculency
truculent
truculently
trudge
trudged
trudgeman
trudgen
trudgens
trudgeon
trudgeons (current term)
trudger
trudgers
trudges
trudging
trudgings
true
true(a)
true(p)
true-believer syndrome
true-blue
true-false
true-hearted
true-leaf
true-life

Literary usage of Trudgeons

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1. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1891)
"An' his mother took it as quite reas'nable that her husband's son should take to the bad — 'twas the way of all the trudgeons. ..."

2. The Royal Book of Oz: In which the Scarecrow Goes to Search for His Family by Lyman Frank Baum (1921)
""Uds trudgeons and bludgeons and maugre thy head!" roared the Knight, shaking him off like a fly. "Tappy, Tappy, my dear boy. Caution! What's all this? ..."

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