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A smuggler is a fictional character from the 1950 film Alina.
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by Sir Sydney Smith BELL, Samuel Warren
Johnson says “ a smuggler is a wretch who in defiance of justice and the laws imports or exports goods, either contraband or without payment of the Customs ;” and the common phrase, “ to smuggle” a thing through, means just to try that ...
Printed Entirely in the Roman Character, Conformable to the System Laid Down by Sir William Jones, and Improved Since His Time by Duncan Forbes
a smuggler. ghdt-mdrmi, a. to smuggle. ghdt-kaPtdn, a harbour-master, master-attendant at a seaport, ghdt-mdnjhl, a ferryman. s. ghdt, m. mode, manner, shape ; offence, ...
Folens Dictionary (1999)
by Fred McDonald
smuggler noun smugglers A smuggler is someone who brings something into a country secretly and snack against the law .
/ noun: smugglers A smuggler is a person who carries or brings things into a country secretly and illegally: a drugs smuggler. Smuggling /' smAgslirj/ noun (uncount) Smuggling is the practice of bringing things into a ...
by S. W. Fallon
A smuggler (cliauki-mur). mahsul-ddr ...
Abridged from the Seven-volume Work, Entitled: Slang and Its Analogues by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley
A smuggler. 4. A blockhead : see Buffle. Moon-raking. Wool- gathering. Moonshine. 1. Anything unreal or unsubstantial, humbug (q.v.), ...
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