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clogger

/ˈklɒɡə/
noun
1.
a clogmaker
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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  • It was worth something, in those days, to hear Cole the clogger make sport of Dooina Benn.

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  • Cole the clogger would have given stock and goodwill to have been there.

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  • Cole the clogger entered, and he stood for a moment wondering at the laughter that greeted him.

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  • Ay—ay—hes mine, the clogger replied timorously; the exciseman had never before entered his shop.

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  • Cope was now shunned by many, and the clogger contrived to dodge out of his sight whenever he passed.

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  • Copes own house was guarded back and front, and soldiers smoked their pipes in the shop of Cole the clogger.

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  • A facetious soul, Cole the clogger was, and apparently a well-beloved by his neighbours.

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  • Doran a commercial traveller, Moran an ex-policeman, Beswick a tailor, Bernie a clogger.

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