Definition of Secesher
1. secesh [n -S] - See also: secesh
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Secesher
Literary usage of Secesher
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Ten Years in Wall Street: Or, Revelations of Inside Life and Experience on by William Worthington Fowler (1870)
"... Sir, but I will Take a Little Pacific Mail "—A secesher gives me "Point "— The Stock on its Upward March—Bulls Charge with Flying Artillery in Front. ..."
2. Artemus Ward: His Book, Or, The Confessions and Experiences of a Showman by Artemus Ward, George Augustus Sala (1866)
"I was let up finally, when a powerful large secesher came up and embraced me, .and to show that he ha'd no hard feelins agin me, put his nose into my mouth. ..."
3. The "Twentieth Connecticut": A Regimental History by John Whiting Storrs (1886)
"They didn't mean to do nothing wrong, General, but, you see, my men bar hate a secesher worse 'n they do a nigger." General Slocum placed the guilty party ..."