Definition of Fogeys

1. Noun. (plural of fogey) ¹



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Definition of Fogeys

1. fogey [n] - See also: fogey

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fogeys

fogashes
fogbank
fogbanks
fogbound
fogbow
fogbows
fogdog
fogdogs
foge
fogey
fogeydom
fogeydoms
fogeyish
fogeyism
fogeyisms
fogeys (current term)
fogfruit
fogfruits
foggage
foggages
foggara
fogged
fogger
foggers
foggetaboutit
foggier
foggiest
foggily
fogginess
fogginesses

Literary usage of Fogeys

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1. Side-lights on English Society, Or Sketches from Life, Social & Satrical by Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1881)
"POLITICAL OLD fogeys. When peers like the Lord Pudden mentioned in the preceding pages become old fogeys they are Earls and KGs, and addict themselves to a ..."

2. Side-lights on English Society: Sketches from Life, Social & Satirical by Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1883)
"POLITICAL OLD fogeys. peers like the Lord Pudden mentioned in the preceding pages become old fogeys they are Earls and K.Gs., ..."

3. Graham's Magazine by Graham, George R, Edgar Allan Poe, John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress) (1848)
"Lady Alianore, his widow, lies buried in the church of Stoke fogeys ; and her ... appointing his body to be buried at Stoke fogeys, and directing his ..."

4. The History of English Law Before the Time of Edward I by Frederick Pollock, Frederic William Maitland (1898)
"... the Earl of Gloucester; the whole vill forms part of the honour of Gloucester; the lords 1 Thus the tenants of the manor of Bampton fogeys which is held ..."

5. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1838)
"John Trafford gives up the point; and nominates one Sir Richard de fogeys, who, having mean-while received a hint from Trafford, has been furtively gliding ..."

6. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray by William Makepeace Thackeray, Sir Leslie Stephen (1898)
"So I have the modesty to think that Mr. Punch and I were a couple of conceited old fogeys, in devising the above plan of composing conversation for the ..."

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