Definition of Saggard

1. a saggar [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saggard

sageness
sagenesses
sagenite
sagenites
sagenitic
sager
sages
sageship
sageships
sagest
sagey
saggar
saggar maker
saggar maker's bottom knocker
saggar maker's bottom knockers
saggard (current term)
saggards
saggared
saggaring
saggars
sagged
sagger
saggered
saggering
saggers
saggier
saggiest
sagginess
sagging
saggingly

Literary usage of Saggard

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1. Personal Recollections of the Life and Times: With Extracts from the by Valentine Cloncurry (1849)
"... Inquiry—Care taken of the King's Windfalls—Kenny's Case—The Dublin Police— Affair at saggard—Working out of the Policy of Discord and Corruption. ..."

2. The Parliamentary Gazetteer of Ireland: Adapted to the New Poor-law (1846)
"The principal seat is saggard-bouse ; and the principal antiquities are the ruins of a church and a castle. The road from Dublin to Blessington ..."

3. The History of the County of Dublin by John D'Alton (1838)
"In 1207 King John directed his Justiciary of Ireland to ascertain by a jury, what lands belonged to the churches of saggard and Esker, and to cause those ..."

4. Monasticon Hibernicum: Or, A History of the Abbeys, Priories, and Other by Mervyn Archdall (1876)
"We cannot find any other mention of this hospital. saggard.1 " In the barony of Newcastle, and six miles south from Dublin. ..."

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