Definition of Hingers
1. hinger [n] - See also: hinger
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Literary usage of Hingers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Quarterly Magazine of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows, Manchester Unity (1858)
"... accompanie-1 by the Hibernian Bel l-hingers, (members of the City of Dublin Lodge), officiated in the Pillar Room. The number of persons who ..."
2. Popular British Ballads, Ancient and Modern by Reginald Brimley Johnson (1894)
"O Cow-me-doo, my love sae true, If yell come down to me, Ye'se hae a cage o' guid red gowd Instead o' simple tree : " I'll put gowd hingers roun' your cage, ..."
3. Publications of the Surtees Society by Surtees Society (1906)
"Serten haye, 3s. id. A brewe lede, a tapp stone, 4 tubbs, 13s. 4 pece of old harnesse, 4 jacks, \1d. A grene covering, a paire of hingers and 5 pece of ..."
4. Publications of the Surtees Society by Surtees Society (1906)
"Serten haye, 3s. Ы. A brewe lede, a tapp stone, 4 tubbs, 13s. 4 pece of old harnesse, 4 jacks, I2d. A grene covering, a paire of hingers and 5 pece of ..."
5. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1861)
"... and a quart of To the hingers ----- 40 while wine, and sugar - 86 These items appear in the Chamberlain's accounts for the borough of Leominster, ..."
6. The Letters of Algernon Charles Swinburne by Algernon Charles Swinburne, Edmund Gosse, Thomas James Wise (1918)
""Gowden hingers roun' your cage, And siller roun' your wa', I'll gar ye shine as bonny a bird As the bonniest ower them a'." She hadna weel these words ..."
7. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register (1891)
"Many and old are the societies of ringers, that called " The Companie of hingers of Our Blessed Virgin Mary of Lincoln" being formed as early as 1614, ..."