Definition of Trashers

1. trasher [n] - See also: trasher



Lexicographical Neighbors of Trashers

trash cans
trash collection
trash drawer
trash drawers
trash dump
trash heap
trash out
trash pickup
trash pile
trashbag
trashbags
trashcan
trashcans
trashed
trasher
trashers (current term)
trashery
trashes
trashier
trashiest
trashily
trashiness
trashinesses
trashing
trashlike
trashman
trashmen
trashsport
trashsports
trashy

Literary usage of Trashers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Speeches on the Legislative Independence of Ireland: With Introductory Notes by Thomas Francis Meagher (1853)
"... in 1805, they called themselves the trashers; in 1811, '15, '20, '21, '23, and ', they resumed the name of White- boys; in 1831, they were Terry Alts; ..."

2. Handbook of the River Plate by Michael George Mulhall, Edward T. Mulhall (1892)
"REAPERS and BINDERS — o — ROBEY'S ENGINES, trashers and Maize Shelters — o— HORSE GEARS — o— ENGLISH and AM ERICAN MOWERS — o — Blackstone's "STAMFORD" RSE ..."

3. The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register by Richard Phillips (1841)
"... is humbugs all alike, — ' content is trashers ?' " In vain this oratory ; not two hundred and fifty pounds a ..."

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