Definition of Scalawags

1. Noun. (plural of scalawag) ¹



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Definition of Scalawags

1. scalawag [n] - See also: scalawag

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scalawags

scalariform
scalariformly
scalarization
scalarizations
scalarize
scalarized
scalarizes
scalarizing
scalaron
scalars
scalary
scalas
scalation
scalations
scalawag
scalawags (current term)
scalded
scalded milk
scalded skin syndrome
scalder
scalders
scaldfish
scaldfishes
scalding
scaldingly
scaldings
scaldini
scaldino

Literary usage of Scalawags

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1. Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society by Mississippi Historical Society, Franklin Lafayette Riley (1912)
"Although the carpetbaggers were a source of great annoyance, the scalawags gave the greatest amount of trouble in the county. Being natives, they exerted a ..."

2. History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 by James Ford Rhodes (1906)
"... somewhat more than 20 carpet-baggers and 29 native Republicans who were called scalawags: these last two classes were white men. ..."

3. History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 by James Ford Rhodes (1906)
"... somewhat more than 20 carpet-baggers and 29 native Republicans who were called scalawags: these last two classes were white men. ..."

4. A History of the United States Since the Civil War by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1922)
"CARPETBAGGERS AND scalawags Southern people, asked the New Orleans Times. "Is it their weakness, their utter helplessness, their silent despair which ..."

5. Side Lights on American History by Henry William Elson (1900)
"Carpet-baggers and scalawags When reconstruction was fully accomplished and the military army withdrawn from the South, there was yet much to be done. ..."

6. Causes and Effects in American History: The Story of the Origin and by Edwin Wilson Morse (1912)
"... when the "carpet-baggers" and "scalawags," as the white Republicans from the North and of the South were respectively termed, were in full control of ..."

7. Causes and Effects in American History: The Story of the Origin and by Edwin Wilson Morse (1912)
"... when the "carpet-baggers" and "scalawags," as the white Republicans from the North and of the South were respectively termed, were in full control of ..."

8. Progress of the United States of America in the Century by William Peterfield Trent (1903)
"... in view of their ignorance and the suddenness of their transition from slavery to freedom. The "carpetbaggers " and " scalawags," as native Southerners ..."

9. Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society by Mississippi Historical Society, Franklin Lafayette Riley (1912)
"Although the carpetbaggers were a source of great annoyance, the scalawags gave the greatest amount of trouble in the county. Being natives, they exerted a ..."

10. History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 by James Ford Rhodes (1906)
"... somewhat more than 20 carpet-baggers and 29 native Republicans who were called scalawags: these last two classes were white men. ..."

11. History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 by James Ford Rhodes (1906)
"... somewhat more than 20 carpet-baggers and 29 native Republicans who were called scalawags: these last two classes were white men. ..."

12. A History of the United States Since the Civil War by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1922)
"CARPETBAGGERS AND scalawags Southern people, asked the New Orleans Times. "Is it their weakness, their utter helplessness, their silent despair which ..."

13. Side Lights on American History by Henry William Elson (1900)
"Carpet-baggers and scalawags When reconstruction was fully accomplished and the military army withdrawn from the South, there was yet much to be done. ..."

14. Causes and Effects in American History: The Story of the Origin and by Edwin Wilson Morse (1912)
"... when the "carpet-baggers" and "scalawags," as the white Republicans from the North and of the South were respectively termed, were in full control of ..."

15. Causes and Effects in American History: The Story of the Origin and by Edwin Wilson Morse (1912)
"... when the "carpet-baggers" and "scalawags," as the white Republicans from the North and of the South were respectively termed, were in full control of ..."

16. Progress of the United States of America in the Century by William Peterfield Trent (1903)
"... in view of their ignorance and the suddenness of their transition from slavery to freedom. The "carpetbaggers " and " scalawags," as native Southerners ..."

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