Definition of Gadsmen

1. Noun. (plural of gadsman) ¹



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Definition of Gadsmen

1. gadsman [n] - See also: gadsman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gadsmen

gadolinite
gadolinites
gadolinium
gadolinium dtpa
gadoliniums
gadopentetate
gadopentetic acid
gadoteridol
gadroon
gadrooned
gadrooning
gadroonings
gadroons
gads
gadsman
gadsmen (current term)
gadso
gadsos
gaduin
gadwall
gadwalls
gadzookeries
gadzookery
gadzooks
gae
gaed
gaeing
gael
gaelic
gaelscoil

Literary usage of Gadsmen

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1. Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century by Henry Grey Graham, ( (1908)
"... in a few years gadsmen were required no more by their whistle to entice the weary team, and in a few years Wilkie's works passed into oblivion. ..."

2. The Borderer's Table Book, Or, Gatherings of the Local History and Romance by Moses Aaron Richardson (1846)
"... such as the ' E 0, black-cock and grey;' and, above all, for the amusement of th drivers and ' gadsmen,' Punch and Toby, (so called by them,) a ..."

3. The Local Historian's Table Book: Of Remarkable Occurences, Historical Facts (1846)
"... such as the ' E and 0, black-cock and grey;' and, above all, for the amusement of the pig drivers and ' gadsmen,' Punch and Toby, (so called by them,) ..."

4. In Piccadilly by Benjamin Swift (1903)
"His shepherds in kilts, his gillies, and stalkers, and gadsmen with their dogs, and a crowd of crofters met his carriage and raised ..."

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