Definition of Proggers

1. progger [n] - See also: progger



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Proggers

progerin
progeroid
progestagen
progestagens
progesterex
progesterone
progesterones
progestin
progestins
progestogen
progestogenic
progestogens
progged
progger
proggers (current term)
progging
proggins
proglottic
proglottid
proglottides
proglottids
proglottis
proglumide
proglycolytic
prognathic
prognathism
prognathisms
prognathous

Literary usage of Proggers

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1. The Indian Forester (1900)
"Braver and braver grew the proggers, and the tigress, in her anger, would gnaw the end of the bambu but she refused to show herself. ..."

2. Albany Review (1908)
"They do not seem able to use the most ordinary word in its ordinary form. They speak of sitting- rooms as "sitters," of programmes as "proggers," of ..."

3. Publications by Niagara Historical Society (1898)
"... Ap 1654 Widow Micklem wife of Witt Micklem 17 May 1654 Widow Giblet wife of witi Giblet 18 May 1654 1658 Richard proggers gent: 28 Dec 1658 1658 Richard ..."

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