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  • noun Plural form of bogtrotter.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • They'll love, assuming they take kindly to being called bogtrotters as well.

    Irish Blogs

  • And what need had he of these things in a new country where the most ignorant of bogtrotters had made great fortunes? in this country which asked only that a man be strong and unafraid of work?

    Gone with the Wind

  • And what need had he of these things in a new country where the most ignorant of bogtrotters had made great fortunes? in this country which asked only that a man be strong and unafraid of work?

    Gone with the Wind

  • And what need had he of these things in a new country where the most ignorant of bogtrotters had made great fortunes? in this country which asked only that a man be strong and unafraid of work?

    Gone with the Wind

  • And what need had he of these things in a new country where the most ignorant of bogtrotters had made great fortunes? in this country which asked only that a man be strong and unafraid of work?

    Gone with the Wind

  • And what need had he of these things in a new country where the most ignorant of bogtrotters had made great fortunes? in this country which asked only that a man be strong and unafraid of work?

    Gone with the Wind

  • Murtagh, without a word of reply, went to the door, and shouting into the passage something in Irish, the room was instantly filled with bogtrotters.

    Participles.

  • When we have it arranged I will call together three hundred, as the Times called them, “bogtrotters, ” but better men never stepped on pavement.

    In Favor of the Repeal of the Union

  • Murtagh, without a word of reply, went to the door, and shouting into the passage something in Irish, the room was instantly filled with bogtrotters, each at least six feet high, with a stout shillealah in his hand.

    The Romany Rye A Sequel to 'Lavengro'

  • Murtagh, without a word of reply, went to the door, and shouting into the passage something in Irish, the room was instantly filled with bogtrotters, each at least six feet high, with a stout shillelah in his hand.

    The Romany Rye

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  • Irish term for peasants

    January 11, 2009

  • And derogatory/offensive term for Irish people.

    January 12, 2009