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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
▪ He was also a very keen observer of rugger, to my everlasting relief.
▪ I was never to get beyond the most minor rugger stage at Hilton, because the Wing standard was very high.
▪ Naturally a haunt of rugger enthusiasts.
▪ Roseburn Bar Good Victorian bar with interesting fittings, well known to rugger fans.
▪ The Cranwell tennis coaching I had received was paying off and my rugger was improving.

n. 1 (context uncountable English) rugby 2 (context US English) a person who play#Verb rugby


n. a form of football played with an oval ball [syn: rugby, rugby football]


Rugger may mean:

  • A slang word for rugby, or for one who plays rugby football
  • List of Star Wars creatures#Ruggers, a species of animal in the Star Wars fictional scenario
  • A person who makes rugs, or a tool used when making rugs
  • Daihatsu Rugger, an off-road vehicle built by Daihatsu between 1984 and 2002

Usage examples of "rugger".

Hazzard was to them the little Radical among the Tories, or the atheist in bishopdom, or the fellow who did not go to the inter-hospital rugger matches and shout.

I saw David when he was sick with mumps and I patched him up once or twice after rugger.

If there was, he would probably be a Welshman from Pontypool and a rugger blue.

He can play tennis, cricket, croquet, football, hockey, squash, rugby, baseball, basketball, badminton, Ping-Pong, polo, Eton fives, seven-a-side rugger and darts.

At least, he felt that he had worried him, and Rugger might attempt to call off the impending raid, if that was what was planned.

He was about to turn over and go back to sleep when he saw Rugger slip from his bed and move off into the darkness.