Definition of Glegger

1. gleg [adj] - See also: gleg



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Glegger

gleened
gleening
gleens
glees
gleesome
gleet
gleeted
gleetier
gleetiest
gleeting
gleets
gleety
gleewoman
gleewomen
gleg
glegger (current term)
gleggest
glegly
glegness
glegnesses
glegs
glei
gleis
gleisation
gleization
gleizations
glen
glendoveer
glendoveers
glengarries

Literary usage of Glegger

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1. Ringan Gilhaize; Or, The Covenanters by John Galt (1823)
"the first show of the day, Hepburn got far more credit and honour than old sedate Banner man; for his lads were lighter in the heel, glegger in the eye, ..."

2. The Writings of John Greenleaf Whittier: In Seven Volumes by John Greenleaf Whittier (1889)
"... thou ne'er was ca'da bragger, Thy muse I 'm sure nane e'er was glegger— Thy Scottish lays Might gar Socinians fa' or stagger, E'en in their ways. ..."

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