Definition of Hobblers

1. Noun. (plural of hobbler) ¹



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Definition of Hobblers

1. hobbler [n] - See also: hobbler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hobblers

hobbits
hobbitses
hobbity
hobble
hobble-bush
hobble-bushes
hobble skirt
hobble skirts
hobblebush
hobblebushes
hobbled
hobbledehoy
hobbledehoyhood
hobbledehoys
hobbler
hobblers (current term)
hobbles
hobbleshaw
hobbleshaws
hobbletehoy
hobbletehoys
hobbling
hobblingly
hobblings
hobbly
hobby
hobby-horse
hobby-horses
hobby horse
hobby horses

Literary usage of Hobblers

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1. Kate Greenaway by Marion Harry Spielmann, George Somes Layard (1905)
"... almanack beautiful ! if that's any consolation to you-but / divide the figures of it simply into the hobblers and the Kickers, see August, March, June, ..."

2. Ireland Under Elizabeth and James the First by Edmund Spenser, John Davies, Henry Morley, Fynes Moryson (1890)
"... for two knights, 23. a-piece per diem ; for twenty- seven esquires, is. a-piece per diem ; for twenty hobblers armed (the Irish horsemen were so called ..."

3. Life and Writings of Frank Forester (Henry William Herbert.) by Henry William Herbert, Thomas Picton (1882)
"... called hobblers, from the small, active animals which they bestrode, with their long lances in the rest—the center, which consisted of Sir Americ, ..."

4. The American Miscellany (1840)
"... of the unsafe causeway would permit ; were succeeded, at a short distance, by une number of those light- armed horse- called hobblers, from the small, ..."

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