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Origin of conger
Examples from the Web for conger
But he said he believes that both Wehby and Conger would have a tough time knocking off incumbent Sen. Jeff Merkley in November.
Then the old man made an effort to wriggle himself into a sitting position, but a light tap with the conger bat sent him down.Cormorant Crag|George Manville Fenn
He viewed the conger eel and limpets with an avid eye, but waited for the chevalier and de Mauprat to sit.The Battle Of The Strong, Complete|Gilbert Parker
An exciting game is on record, but the sensations of the conger are unknown.Cornish Saints and Sinners|J. Henry Harris
Word Origin for conger
c.1300, from Latin conger "sea-eel," from Greek gongros "conger," probably from PIE root *geng-, *gong- "a lump, rounded object."