Mau"ger, Mau"gre (?), prep. [OF. maugr'e, malgr'e, F. malgr'e. See Mal-, Malice, and Agree.]

In spite of; in opposition to; notwithstanding.

A man must needs love maugre his heed. Chaucer.

This mauger all the world will I keep safe. Shak.

 

© Webster 1913.


Mau"gre, v. t.

To defy.

[Obs.]

J. Webster.

 

© Webster 1913.

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