Definition of Seceshers
1. secesher [n] - See also: secesher
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seceshers
Literary usage of Seceshers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Army Life of an Illinois Soldier: Including a Day by Day Record of Sherman's by Charles Wright Wills (1906)
"Suspect they have most all been Rebels, so I don't pity them as much as I do out-spoken seceshers. I rode out in the country eight miles day before ..."
2. The Gospel Writ in Steel: A Story of the American Civil War by Arthur Paterson (1898)
"If Virginia secedes, and I think she will now, spite of all they say, the seceshers will only be one day's march from our capital. ..."
3. ... The Works of Oliver Wendell Holmes by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1892)
"When the red flails of the battle-field's threshers Beat out the continent's wheat from its bran, While the wind scatters the chaffy seceshers, What will ..."
4. My Diary North and South by William Howard Russell (1863)
"The people are Unionists, but the neighbouring gentry and country people are seceshers. This is the case wherever there is a manufacturing population in ..."