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sagger

[ sag-er ]
/ ˈsæg ər /
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noun
a box or case made of refractory baked clay in which the finer ceramic wares are enclosed and protected while baking.
a hard unlayered clay underlying many coal beds.
verb (used with object)
to place in or on a sagger.
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Also saggar, seggar.

Origin of sagger

First recorded in 1680–90; perhaps variant of safeguard
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