Definition of Loggats
1. loggets [n] - See also: loggets
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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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