Definition of Bludgers

1. Noun. (plural of bludger) ¹



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Definition of Bludgers

1. bludger [n] - See also: bludger

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bludgers

blubs
blucher
bluchers
blude
bludes
bludged
bludgeon
bludgeoned
bludgeoner
bludgeoners
bludgeoning
bludgeonings
bludgeons
bludger
bludgers (current term)
bludges
bludging
bludie
bludier
bludiest
bludy
blue(a)
blue-belly
blue-black
blue-blind
blue-blindness
blue-blood
blue-blooded

Literary usage of Bludgers

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

1. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
"... and the bludgers or bullies who rob with the assistance of low women. Those who plunder the stupefied are either bug-hunters preying on the drunken, ..."

2. The Leaves of the Tree: Studies in Biography by Arthur Christopher Benson (1911)
"... whose talent for inventing sobriquets was unrivalled, retorted by calling these the bludgers, which amiable characterisation they long enjoyed. ..."

3. Notes to Transformation: A Guidebook on the Inner Journey to the Self by John James (1994)
"... layabouts and bludgers. If we want to find what has been hidden away, we only have to lookat the sort of people we judge or disparage. ..."

4. Thiaoouba Prophecyby Michel Desmarquet by Michel Desmarquet (1997)
"You'll have the satisfaction and pride of proving to those around you that you're not ‘bludgers', that you are doing even better than a nation. ..."

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