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cadger

noun

  1. ˈkædʒə a person who cadges
  2. ˈkædʒər a pedlar or carrier


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You're a-goin' to be a gentleman, you are—an' I'll have to take to the road by meself and be a poor beast of a cadger again.

Cadger, or rather its Scottish form cadgear, a pedlar, occurs about one hundred and fifty years earlier than the verb to cadge.

This elegant individual, we found afterwards, answered to the very proper appellation of “Cadger Jack.”

Ye will die the death of a cadger's powney, in a wreath of drift!

Sentiment and sympathy need no longer be the prey of the fawning cadger, or the victim of hypocritical distress.

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