Definition of Loggats

1. loggets [n] - See also: loggets



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Loggats

logaœdic
logaœdics
logboard
logboards
logbook
logbooks
logcock
logcocks
loge
loges
logetronography
logfile
logfiles
loggable
loggat
loggats (current term)
logged
logged in
logged off
logged on
logger
loggerhead
loggerhead shrike
loggerhead turtle
loggerheaded
loggerheads
loggers
loggets
loggia
loggias

Literary usage of Loggats

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Observations on Popular Antiquities Chiefly Illustrating the Origin of Our by John Brand, Henry Ellis (1900)
"loggats is the ancient title of a game enumerated as unlawful in the thirty-third Statute ... A stake being fixed in the ground, the players threw loggats, ..."

2. The Antiquarian (1871)
"... but to play at loggats with them ? Mine ache to think on't,"* At the time of шу visit, a gaping skull guarded the chancel door, and several others were ..."

3. The Beggar of Bethnal Green: A Comedy in Three Acts, Altered from The Beggar by James Sheridan Knowles (1834)
"At loggats? spendthrift! idler! Play at pence, Shillings and pounds! YOUNG SMALL. ... There stood the loggats; here stood I—they say I have an air at ..."

4. The beggar's daughter of Bethnal Green, a comedy by James Sheridan Knowles (1828)
"But four we wanted, and the bowl was mine, There stood the loggats, Sir, a glorious sight; And only four to get!—and here stood I,— There's not a lad in all ..."

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