Definition of Drogher

1. n. A small craft used in the West India Islands to take off sugars, rum, etc., to the merchantmen; also, a vessel for transporting lumber, cotton, etc., coastwise; as, a lumber drogher.



Definition of Drogher

1. Noun. A small craft for transporting goods to or from shore. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Drogher

1. droger [n -S] - See also: droger

Lexicographical Neighbors of Drogher

drivings
drizzle
drizzled
drizzles
drizzlier
drizzliest
drizzling
drizzlingly
drizzly
dro
drock
drocks
drocode
droger
drogers
drogher (current term)
droghers
drogman
drogoman
drogue
drogue chute
drogue parachute
drogues
droguet
droguets
droich
droichier
droichs
droichy
droid

Literary usage of Drogher

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

1. Sketches and Recollections of the West Indies (1828)
"A large sloop, (drogher,) armed with 'six guns, had arrived during the night, deeply laden with sugar and rum, from Prince Rupert's bay, and had anchored, ..."

2. Maryland Historical Magazine by Maryland Historical Society (1910)
"At day light a drogher, laden with tobacco, was seen standing along shore, and our anchor was immediately taken up and sail set for the pursuit, ..."

3. Vision: A Magazine for Youth (1890)
"The Alpha was lying nearest the shore, so the drogher went to her first, and as she neared the Alpha our Captain showed signs of nervousness. ..."

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