Cadg"er (?), n. [From Cadge, v. t., cf. Codger.]

1. A packman or itinerant huckster.

2. One who gets his living by trickery or begging.

[Prov. or Slang] "The gentleman cadger."

Dickens.

 

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Cadg"er, n. [OF. cagier one who catches hawks. Cf. Cage.] Hawking

One who carries hawks on a cadge.

 

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