Definition of Dominicker
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Dominicker
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1. Two Days of War: A Gettysburg Narative, and Other Excursions by Henry Edwin Tremain (1905)
"He had a contempt for dominicker roosters, because he didn't think they would fight, and that was his blunt way of describing a coward. ..."
2. A Golden Wedding: And Other Tales by Ruth McEnery Stuart (1893)
"... dominicker ! Seemed like I could see myse'f, an' I say ter my- se'f, ' I ain't fitten ter 'spond ter sech a call as dis.' An' a big lump riz up in my ..."
3. Carlotta's Intended: And Other Tales by Ruth McEnery Stuart (1894)
"I've begged 'er to kill dominicker a-many a time when the preachers 'd come out to dinner, but 'twasn't no use. She 'lowed thet she'd kill 'er after she'd ..."
4. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1892)
"John," exclaimed Mrs. Snelson ; "I just know somebody-is stealing my dominicker hen and her chickens. Run!" " Let the lad go," said Mr. Snelson, amiably. ..."
5. Bill Arp: From the Uncivil War to Date. 1861-1903 by Bill Arp (1903)
"... and to home-made baskets, and shuck collars, and shuck foot-mats, and dominicker chickens and old-fashioned cows, and castor oil, and paregoric, ..."
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