Definition of Skeggers

1. Proper noun. Skegness ¹



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Definition of Skeggers

1. skegger [n] - See also: skegger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Skeggers

skeevies
skeeviest
skeevy
skeezer
skeezers
skeezes
skeezicks
skeezier
skeeziest
skeeziness
skeezy
skeg
skegg
skegger
skeggers (current term)
skeggs
skegs
skeigh
skeigher
skeighest
skeiling
skeilings
skein
skein cell
skeined
skeining
skeinlike
skeins
skelder

Literary usage of Skeggers

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

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1834)
"You have been lucky in hooking the skeggers to-day ; if you continue as you have ... skeggers ! Why surely you do not call those fine trouts, of from two to ..."

2. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction by Reuben Percy, John Timbs (1834)
"You have been lucky in hooking the skeggers to-day; if you continue as you have ... skeggers! Why surely you do not call those fine trouts, of from two to ..."

3. The Complete Angler by Izaak Walton, Charles Cotton (1859)
"And it is noted, that those little salmons called skeggers, which abound in many rivers ... skeggers are smolts, the one-year-old produce of healthy, ..."

4. The Complete Angler by Izaak Walton, Charles Cotton, Edward Fitzgibbon (1854)
"And it is noted, that those little salmons called skeggers, which abound in many rivers ... skeggers are smolts, the one-year-old, produce of healthy, ..."

5. Scenes and Recollections of Fly-fishing in Northumberland, Cumberland, and by William Andrew Chatto (1834)
"You have been lucky in hooking the skeggers to-day; if you continue as you have ... skeggers! Why surely you do not call those fine trouts, of from two to ..."

6. The Salmon by Alfred Erskine Gathorne-Hardy, Claud Douglas Pennant, Alexander Innes Shand (1898)
"I am inclined to think from the context that the author means to include sea-trout with smolts under the general designation of skeggers, as he makes no ..."

7. The Salmon by Alfred Erskine Gathorne-Hardy, Claud Douglas Pennant, Alexander Innes Shand (1898)
"I am inclined to think from the context that the author means to include sea-trout with smolts under the general designation of skeggers, as he makes no ..."

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