Origin of musher

First recorded in 1895–1900; mush2 + -er1 Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for musher

Contemporary Examples of musher

  • But one musher this year was a seemingly improbable contender: Newton Marshall hails from St. Anne, Jamaica.

    The Daily Beast logo
    Jamaica, We Have a Dogsled Team

    Allen St. John

    March 25, 2014

Historical Examples of musher

  • He came stealing across the snow,—a musher of the first degree.

    The Voice of the Pack

    Edison Marshall

  • Nobody'll care 'cept my musher, and she wouldn't either if she knew me.

    The Plastic Age

    Percy Marks

  • That Indian musher across the creek's got 'em, doctoring of 'em up, Charley says.


    A. J. Dawson

  • The team was like the “musher,” lean and wild-eyed, after their four hundred miles of merciless driving.

    Colorado Jim

    George Goodchild

  • When the snow lay deep he bought the best string of dogs he could find, hired an Indian musher, and again disappeared.


    James B. Hendryx