Definition of Hexers
1. hexer [n] - See also: hexer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Hexers
Literary usage of Hexers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Saleswomen in Mercantile Stores, Baltimore, 1909 by Elizabeth Beardsley Butler (1912)
"In this district, Saturday evening buying is done in earnest. You do not hear of "hexers" and "killers"* out for a good time; instead you see serious ..."
2. Saleswomen in Mercantile Stores, Baltimore, 1909 by Elizabeth Beardsley Butler (1912)
"Without exception the saleswomen say that they do nothing Saturday evenings, and that the people who do come into the stores are only "hexers. ..."
3. The Romance of Modern Exploration: With Descriptions of Curious Customs by Archibald Williams (1908)
"A squadron of cavalry would be accompanied by three troopers armed with hexers and by one leading a pack- horse laden with extra magazines. ..."
4. Geschichte des Teufels by Gustav Roskoff (1869)
"Verhör des Beschuldigten, das auch ins Protokoll aufgenommen wird. 1 Allgemeines Verhör einer Hexe oder eines hexers. ..."