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  • n. Plural form of blaggard.


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  • It was on a closely allied theme that he had first won his editorial spurs -- the theme of Klinker's "blaggards," who made reformatories necessary.


  • According to his yellow-tinged amateur YouTube video (seemingly recorded on a Betamax device preserved from the early 1980s in front of a motley assortment of reading material being balanced on a rickety bookshelf that is mounted on the wall of a faux-wood-paneled den in the Old Batty Cave), Ron advocates reinstating the archaic letters of marque and reprisal, last utilized in the early 19th century, to bring down these bilge-sucking blaggards.

    Warren Holstein: Dog the Pirate Hunter???

  • No doubt he was thinking of the Nuremberg trials when he invoked the "American values" and the "great many safeguards" the country will extend "to these blaggards."

    Michael Smerconish: KSM: Ready For His Closeup?

  • Ty Burr, Boston Globe: Arrr, keelhaul the blaggards!

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  • Parsee say, 'Who are the blaggards ye've brought here wid ye?' followed by an unintelligible reply.

    The Statesmen Snowbound

  • Saturday and give a talk to them blaggards on that.


  • If we legalise assisted suicide, we risk moving towards a blaggards 'charter.

    The Guardian World News

  • -- "oh! we're gintlemen now it seems, an 'not his own blaggards, as we used to be -- Tiper-to'e's vagabones that stood by him -- oh no! Tom, to hell wid you and your gintlemen -- three cheers for Gully Preston!"

    Valentine M'Clutchy, The Irish Agent The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two

  • Why, man, they're _the sisters of the little blaggards! _ "


  • Dammit, Doc, I'm no saint nor sam-singer and I've done things I hadn't ought like other men, and woke up shamed the next morning, too, but I've got a sister who's a decent good girl as there is anywhere, and by God, sir, I'd _kill_ a man who just looked at her with the dirty eyes of them little soft-mouth blaggards! "



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