Definition of Puggies
1. puggie [n] - See also: puggie
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puggies
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Literary usage of Puggies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1857)
"... puggies or trackers (in a desert country like Sind, footsteps are easily tracked, and some men specially devote themselves to the occupation) could find ..."
2. The Land of the Five Rivers and Sindh: Sketches Historical and Descriptive by David Ross (1883)
"puggies or Trackers. -. , , . , r , The robber-trackers of the ... A few years ago some puggies tracked a stolen camel by the hill route from Karachi to ..."
3. Marriage: A Novel by Susan Ferrier (1825)
"Oh, the dear, dear little puggies! I must have them to amuse my own darlings. I protest here is one the image of Psyche; positively I must kiss it! ..."
4. The Dickens Country by Frederic George Kitton (1905)
"I love the dear home, too, because my darling puggies are buried in the garden under the mulberry-tree, without a tombstone, alas ! because ever since they ..."