Definition of Lusher
1. Adjective. (comparative of lush) ¹
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Definition of Lusher
1. lush [adj] - See also: lush
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lusher
lusher (current term)
Literary usage of Lusher
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1871)
""The Court, in order to the further prosecution thereof, doe order, that Major Will]am Hathorne & Major Eliazer lusher make dilligent inquiry, ..."
2. The Dedham Historical Register by Dedham Historical Society (Mass.) (1890)
"The following is an abstract of this deed: Daniel Fisher of Dedham and John Starr of Boston, as executors of the will of Mary lusher (Relict and Executrix ..."
3. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1893)
"... the same being part of the land devised to her by said Matthew lusher, which land was conveyed to said Charles A. Hodge in consideration of one dollar, ..."
4. A Record of Education: The Schools and Teachers of Dedham, Massachusetts by Carlos Slafter (1905)
"John Hunting, Etdr, Eliazer lusher, Francis Chicker, inge, ... lusher & Hen. Phillips deputed to set out the s'd parcell of Land above said. ..."
5. Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A Record of by Lewis publishing company, Chicago, Ezra Scollay Stearns, William Frederick Whitcher, Edward Everett Parker (1908)
"They were the parents of nine children, namely: lusher, Ebenezer, Richard, ... lusher Gay was the father of seven children, namely: Willard, Lemuel, Mary, ..."
6. The Early Records of the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts by Dedham (Mass.), Don Gleason Hill (1892)
"1 George Bunker had a daughter Mary, according to Wyman, so that the identity of Mrs. Mary lusher, with Mary the daughter of George Bunker, ..."
7. Case and His Contempories: Or, The Canadian Itinerant's Memorial by John Carroll (1869)
"Brothers Williams and lusher shall change occasionally. ... Robert L. lusher, dated July, 1819, at Montreal, gives a particular account of that Circuit, ..."