Definition of Smugglers

1. Noun. (plural of smuggler) ¹



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Definition of Smugglers

1. smuggler [n] - See also: smuggler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Smugglers

smudginess
smudginesses
smudging
smudgy
smug
smugged
smugger
smuggeries
smuggery
smuggest
smugging
smugglable
smuggle
smuggled
smuggler
smugglers (current term)
smuggles
smuggling
smugglings
smugly
smugness
smugnesses
smugs
smuon
smuons
smur
smurf
smurfed
smurfier
smurfiest

Literary usage of Smugglers

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1. The Warner Library by Charles Dudley Warner, John William Cunliffe, Ashley Horace Thorndike, Harry Morgan Ayres, Helen Rex Keller, Gerhard Richard Lomer (1917)
"The stirring incidents of the adventurous life of the smugglers were ... THE PURSUIT OF THE smugglers From (The Merchant House among the Islands ' . ..."

2. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1907)
"Supply of the market by smugglers. ... almost entirely of the wares from other European countries, and even these were obtained mainly through smugglers. ..."

3. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1907)
"Supply of the market by smugglers. — Spanish colonists increased but slowly, therefore, in numbers and riches, and furnished a poor ..."

4. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1914)
"Supply of the market by smugglers. — Spanish colonists increased but slowly, therefore, in numbers and riches, and furnished a poor market for Spanish ..."

5. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1914)
"Supply of the market by smugglers. — Spanish colonists increased but slowly, therefore, in numbers and riches, and furnished a poor market for Spanish ..."

6. A History of Commerce by Clive Day (1907)
"Supply of the market by smugglers. — Spanish colonists increased but slowly ... European countries, and even these were obtained mainly through smugglers. ..."

7. History of California by Hubert Howe Bancroft, Henry Lebbeus Oak, William Nemos, Frances Fuller Victor (1886)
"the annals of contraband trade are never clearly recorded, and in these years smugglers were rarely disturbed.10 There is no record extant respecting the ..."

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