Definition of Beaglers
1. beagler [n] - See also: beagler
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Literary usage of Beaglers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Badminton Magazine of Sports & Pastimes edited by Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (1896)
"I explained that beaglers did not usually do anything of the kind. ... And when I explained that this was precisely what beaglers do, he said offensively, ..."
2. Hunting by Henry Charles FitzRoy Somerset Beaufort, Mowbray Morris (1889)
"These remarks upon the pace of the pack suggest one precaution which should always be taken, wherever the ' merry beaglers' enjoy their diversion: one man ..."
3. The New Sporting Magazine (1833)
"... and ashort sighted man might suppose at first sight that he had got among a party of beaglers. There certainly is no colour like scarlet for hunting in, ..."
4. Eighty Years' Reminiscences by John Anstruther-Thomson (1904)
"Stafford Northcote (uncle of my friend " Tab "), were my keenest beaglers, and Nicholas Cornish, son of a farmer, afterwards huntsman of the Tynedale hounds ..."
5. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1905)
"Right well did the jolly beaglers keep up the ' christening.' The bells of the picturesque old parish church of ..."
6. Dogdom: Monthly (1920)
"So hold a ear, my merrie beaglers, and hie yourselves yon way during the season that is upon us. G. Mufflin Wharton, one of the greatest possible ..."