Definition of Mongers

1. Noun. (plural of monger) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of monger) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Mongers

1. monger [v] - See also: monger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mongers

moneys
moneyspinner
moneyspinners
moneyspinning
moneywise
moneywort
moneyworts
mong
mongcorn
mongcorns
mongeese
monger
mongered
mongeries
mongering
mongers (current term)
mongery
mongo
mongoe
mongoes
mongolian
mongolian fold
mongolian macula
mongolian spot
mongolianism
mongolians
mongolisms
mongolite
mongoloid

Literary usage of Mongers

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1. Reports of Cases in Chancery, Argued and Determined in the Rolls Court by Baron Henry Bickersteth Langdale, Chaloner William Chute, John Romilly Romilly, Charles Beavan (1841)
"The ATTORNEY-GENERAL ». The FISH- Jan.iB.i9.ai, mongers' Company. j^f'; ... devised to the Fish- foundations mongers' Company by the will of Sir Thomas ..."

2. Emblemes and Epigrames ... by Francis Thynne, Frederick James Furnivall (1876)
"... since god wilbe serv'd with both together, vse well the one, to helpe and serve the other. 18 (32) mongers. A messe of mongers on Holborne hill, ..."

3. Emblemes and Epigrames ... by Francis Thynne, Frederick James Furnivall (1876)
"... since god wilbe serv'd with both together, vse well the one, to helpe and serve the oj/her. 18 (32) mongers. A messe of mongers on Holborne hill, ..."

4. A Parody Anthology by Carolyn Wells (1904)
"A BALLADE OF BALLADE-mongers (After the manner of Master Francois V'llon of Paris] IN Ballades things always contrive to get lost, And Echo is constantly ..."

5. The Book of Humorous Verse by Carolyn Wells (1920)
"Let love and suicide Never tempt you aside, And always remember to take the door-key. WM Thackeray. A BALLADE OF BALLADE-mongers AFTER THE MANNER OF MASTER ..."

6. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
""Amongst coster- mongers this term is invariably applied to ladies or the wives of tradesmen, and females generally, of the classes immediately above them" ..."

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