Definition of Stagers

1. Noun. (plural of stager) ¹



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Definition of Stagers

1. stager [n] - See also: stager

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stagers

stagehand
stagehands
stagehouse
stagehouses
stageless
stagelike
stagely
stagemanship
stageplay
stageplayer
stageplayers
stageplaying
stageplays
stager
stageries
stagers (current term)
stagery
stages
stages of the game
stagescape
stagescapes
stageside
stagestruck
stagestruckness
stagette
stagettes
stagewear
stagewide
stagey
stagflation

Literary usage of Stagers

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1. "Their Majesties' Servants.": Annals of the English Stage, from Thomas by Doran (John), Richard Henry Stoddard (1890)
"OLD stagers DEPARTING. OF the old actors who entered on the nineteenth century, Kmg was the first to depart. He is remembered now, chiefly, as the original ..."

2. "Their Majesties' Servants.": Annals of the English Stage, from Betterton to by Doran (John) (1865)
"OLD stagers DEPARTING. OF the old actors who entered on the nineteenth century, King was the first to depart. He is remembered now, chiefly, as the original ..."

3. Peeps at Parliament: Taken from Behind the Speaker's Chair by Henry William Lucy (1903)
"He was OLD stagers. on the staff of a morning iJ^Jl l/&i journal, and, though not a gallery man, knew most of the confraternity. ..."

4. The Lives of William McKinley and Garret A. Hobart, Republican Presidential by Henry Benajah Russell (1896)
"McKinley the Man who was wanted for Congress — " Old stagers" do not Consider him a Possibility — He goes into the Campaign for Nomination and Wins in every ..."

5. Society in the Country House by Thomas Hay Sweet Escott (1907)
"... training school—Harbledown—The Canterbury Old stagers—With the laureate in the Ashford district—Bedgebury: its personal and literary story—Hempsted and ..."

6. In Slums and Society: Reminiscences of Old Friends by James Granville Adderley (1916)
"... stagers "—Religion and the Drama. MY theatrical friends, when they want to pay me a compliment, always say: " What the Church gained, the stage lost. ..."

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