Definition of Furriners

1. Noun. (plural of furriner) ¹



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Definition of Furriners

1. furriner [n] - See also: furriner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Furriners

furphies
furphy
furr
furred
furred tongue
furrier
furrier's
furrieries
furriers
furriery
furries
furriest
furrily
furrin
furriner
furriners
furriness
furrinesses
furring
furring strip
furrings
furrow
furrowed
furrower
furrowers
furrowest
furrowing
furrowlike
furrows
furrowy

Literary usage of Furriners

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1894)
"And that's why I draw the line when I hear our ridic'lous bluster 'Bout furriners bein' all alike,—not up to the British muster. There's furriners as are ..."

2. The United Service (1905)
"And that's why I draw the line when I hear our ridic'lous bluster 'Bout furriners bein' all alike,—not up to the British muster. There's furriners as are ..."

3. The Tomahawk: A Saturday Journal of Satire edited by Arthur William A'Beckett (1869)
"They are lovely Papists, these 'ere furriners, and it did so wex 'em to see us a ... You would 'ave laughed to 'ave seen 'ow surprised them lovely furriners ..."

4. Gems of Irish Wit and Humor by H. P. Kelly (1906)
"... wan thing: Who doog the canals ov the coon- try but furriners? Who built the rail- ruds ov the ..."

5. Cap and Gown: Second Series by Frederic Lawrence Knowles (1897)
"Who helps across de street de gals, But furriners ? Who in de caucus has der say, Who does de votin' 'lection day, And who discovered USA, But furriners ? ..."

6. The Poetry of American Wit and Humor by R. L. Paget, Frederic Lawrence Knowles (1899)
"Who helps across de street de gals, But furriners ? Who in de caucus has der say, Who does de votin' 'lection day, And who discovered USA, But furriners ? ..."

7. Wild Life in Southern Seas by Louis Becke (1897)
"Respect a man that will be a party to let a lot of blessed furriners insult me—me, an English sailor—in the streets of this town, and then, because they ..."

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