Definition of Dackering

1. dacker [v] - See also: dacker



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dackering

dacent
daces
dacetuzumab
dacha
dachas
dachshund
dachshunds
dachsie
dacite
dacites
dacitic
dack
dacked
dacker
dackered
dackering (current term)
dackers
dacking
dacks
daclizumab
dacoit
dacoities
dacoits
dacoity
dacotahs
dacquoise
dacquoises
dacron
dacrons
dacryadenitis

Literary usage of Dackering

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

1. British Farmer's Magazine (1872)
"First prize, RR dackering and Sons; second, J. Wheeler and Sons; third, Lord Rendlesham. EXTRA STOCK. Highly commended : AC Sayers, Botley ; JH Clarke, ..."

2. The Miscellany of the Spalding Club by Spalding Club, Aberdeen, John Stuart (1841)
"... and made a sham kind of dackering after the money wes gone, and that this day James Grant of ..."

3. Urquhart and Glenmoriston: Olden Times in a Highland Parish by William Mackay (1893)
"The cattle, " after hot dackering,"1 were " straight-line tracked to the bounds and ..."

4. British Farmer's Magazine (1874)
"First prize, Mr. dackering ; second, Wheeler and Sons ; third, W. Fenton, St. Mi-wan. Boars not exceeding twelve months old on the 1st June, 1874. ..."

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