Mogador

[mog-uh-dawr, -dohr; French maw-ga-dawr]
noun
  1. former name of Essaouira.
  2. (lowercase) Also mog·a·dore. a ribbed fabric of silk or rayon warp and cotton or linen filling, used for neckties.
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Examples from the Web for mogador

Historical Examples of mogador

  • In very little time they were standing on the deck of the "Mogador."

  • Yes; I did think that you might take it to Mogador, and that they would let me go along with them.

    The Boy Slaves

    Mayne Reid

  • We shall be fed, fattened, and sold, and perhaps be taken to Mogador.

    The Boy Slaves

    Mayne Reid

  • We want some merchant to buy us, and take us to Mogador, where we may find friends to ransom us.

    The Boy Slaves

    Mayne Reid

  • Ordinarily they are to be bought for five pounds and less in Mogador.


British Dictionary definitions for mogador

Mogador

noun
  1. the former name (until 1956) of Essaouira
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