Definition of Busher

1. Noun. (US baseball slang) A major league baseball player who has recently come from a small league. ¹



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Definition of Busher

1. a minor league baseball player [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Busher

bushel basket
bushel baskets
bushelage
bushelages
busheled
busheler
bushelers
busheling
bushelled
busheller
bushellers
bushelling
bushelman
bushelmen
bushels
busher (current term)
bushers
bushes
bushet
bushets
bushfighter
bushfighters
bushfighting
bushfire
bushfires
bushfood
bushfoods
bushgoat
bushgoats
bushhammer

Literary usage of Busher

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1. Bye-paths in Baptist History: A Collection of Interesting, Instructive, and by Joseph Jackson Goadby (1871)
"... we have of the brave and gentle Leonard busher. His treatise was presented to the King and Parliament in 1614; but so far as both were concerned, ..."

2. The Theory of Toleration Under the Later Stuarts by Alexander Adam Seaton (1911)
"a congregation of Baptists in London, of which it has been conjectured that Leonard busher, the author of a pamphlet published in 1614 entitled "Religion's ..."

3. The Recorder of Birmingham: A Memoir of Matthew Davenport Hill : with by Rosamond Davenport Hill, Florence Davenport Hill (1878)
"He claims for an Englishman, Leonard busher, the distinction of first making known the true principles of religious freedom, in his Religious Peace; or, ..."

4. Narrative of the Mutinies in Oude by George Hutchinson (1859)
"(Vide detailed account of Sergeant busher.) IN No. 1 BOAT. Colonel Goldney, Commissioner of Fyzabad. Lieutenant Currie, Artillery. ..."

5. The Necessity for Criminal Appeal: As Illustrated by the Maybrick Case and by Florence Elizabeth Chandler Maybrick, Joseph Hiam Levy (1899)
"Eliza F. busher, charwoman, said she cleaned the office of the late Mr James Maybrick. On the morning of 2nd May she washed the pan and other vessels ..."

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