Definition of Faggery
1. drudgery [n FAGGERIES] - See also: drudgery
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Faggery
faggery (current term)
Literary usage of Faggery
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life and Manners: From The Autobiography of an English Opium-eater by Thomas De Quincey (1851)
"Dr. M. when he made this discovery, ceased to wonder at the medical symptoms ; and as faggery was an abuse too venerable and sacred to be touched bv profane ..."
2. Earthly Discords and how to Heal Them by Malcolm James McLeod (1903)
"Doth not a great estate mean a comfortable home, good books, beautiful pictures, travel, recreation, freedom from faggery? Does it not furthermore denote ..."
3. De Quincey's Writings by Thomas De Quincey (1851)
"Dr. M. when he made this discovery, ceased to wonder at the medical symptoms ; and as faggery was an abuse too venerable and sacred to be touched by profane ..."