How to use cadger in a sentence

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Sentence Examples
A cadger is a carrier who travels between town and country with butter, eggs, and shop-wares or someone who sells things in the street.
A famous cadger, he had a kamikaze predilection for turning on benefactors and friends.
A self-confessed cadger from Dersingham has been given a huge thank you by the personnel for the support she has given to their Kenyan appeal.
It will stand in marked contrast to the ethics of the minority, whether that of any self-sufficient solitudinarian or self-debasing cadger.
A shnorrer is someone who is a monster cadger, always on the take and never giving back.
He was not a regular gondolier, so he had none of the cadger and prostitute about him.
Sluggard, laggard, dawdler, dosser, lickdish, cadger, sponger, loafer.
Examples from Classical Literature
Well, nothing would suit, but the dustman must have a go, and pitch into the cadger.
The military committee in congress couldn't go back on Mr. cadger, and he daren't go back on my father.
A beggar is not etymologically one who begs, or a cadger one who cadges.
Arra, dear shoy, I sowed them in my belly, and sold the hens to a cadger.
And would you mind telling us what cadger had to tell, Chief?
An unnamed developer wants to build the homes on fields off Cadger Bank, Lanchester.
But the home fans had to wait until 65 minutes to feel certain of the points, Fraser's free-kick being headed on by Chris Steel for Graeme Cadger to knock home.
The horses were given names such as Acorn, Cadger and Dingley.
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