Definition of Fegary
1. vagary [n FEGARIES] - See also: vagary
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fegary
feet of clay
feet on the ground
fegary (current term)
Literary usage of Fegary
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Old Book Collector's Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Readable Reprints by Charles Hindley (1871)
"... From that place to the end of my fegary, My horse no horse, or mare, but gelded nag, That with good understanding bore my bag : And of good carriage he ..."
2. Representative English Comedies: With Introductory Essays and Notes, an by Charles Mills Gayley, Alwin Thaler (1914)
"... fegary,1 The rarest wild-goose chase! Louis. 'T had made thee melancholy. Diego. Don Roderigo here? 'tis well you met him; For though I missed him, ..."
3. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by William Carew Hazlitt, Robert Dodsley (1875)
"... what fegary is this ? My cashier'd son speak from the widow's chamber, And in his shirt ? ha! sure she is not there ! ..."