Definition of Slangers
1. slanger [n] - See also: slanger
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Literary usage of Slangers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Southern Literary Messenger by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Computer Science (1839)
"The jests and jeers of the " slangers" leave a sting behind them. They corrupt pure taste and pervert morality, for vice loses " D Homo! ..."
2. The Metropolitan (1832)
"... and slangers call paper rags: in the same way are mortgage-deeds only shins ! As to foreign trade, there are two ways in which it is beneficial to a ..."
3. How and where to Fish in Ireland: A Hand-guide for Anglers by John Joseph Dunne (1887)
"Unclean fish are called "kippers" (rarely), " slatts," "kelts," "slangers" (in Mayo), "red-fish," ..."
4. The British Pulpit (1839)
"... and thou be tempted and fall likewise ; considering that thou art exposed to the same temptations and the same slangers, " Bear ye one another's burdens ..."