Definition of Spadgers

1. Noun. (plural of spadger) ¹



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Definition of Spadgers

1. spadger [n] - See also: spadger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spadgers

spadeful
spadefuls
spadeless
spadelike
spademan
spademen
spader
spaders
spades
spadesful
spadetail
spadewise
spadework
spadeworks
spadger
spadgers (current term)
spadiceous
spadices
spadicose
spadille
spadilles
spadillo
spadillos
spading
spadish
spadix
spadixes
spado
spadoes
spadones

Literary usage of Spadgers

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1. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1887)
"The door was a dollop o' Japanese fans, and the cupboard was painted white, And hover it some'un had sprinkled a job-lot o' spadgers in flight ! ..."

2. Field and Hedgerow: Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies by Richard Jefferies, J. Baden Jefferies (1889)
"... spadgers.' The cat wandering about got caught in the rat-clams—ie a gin. Another cat was the miller's favourite at the windmill, a well-fed, happy, ..."

3. Behold the Days Come: A Fancy in Christian Politics by James Granville Adderley (1907)
"... East India Dock roads) that our Sister Larks (and Sister spadgers too) may have something to eat, and also the other birds, on a day of such solemnity. ..."

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