cadger

Cadger vs Bum - What's the difference?

cadger | bum | Related terms |

Cadger is a related term of bum.


As nouns the difference between cadger and bum

is that cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler while bum is the buttocks or bum can be (north america|colloquial) a hobo; a homeless person, usually a man or bum can be (dated) a humming noise or bum can be (obsolete) a bumbailiff.

As a verb bum is

(uk|transitive|colloquial) to sodomize; to engage in anal sex or bum can be (colloquial) to ask someone to give one (something) for free; to beg for something or bum can be to depress; to make unhappy or bum can be to make a murmuring or humming sound.

As an interjection bum is

(label) an expression of annoyance.

As an adjective bum is

of poor quality or highly undesirable .

Cadger vs Tramp - What's the difference?

cadger | tramp | Related terms |

Cadger is a related term of tramp.


As nouns the difference between cadger and tramp

is that cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler while tramp is (pejorative) a homeless person, a vagabond.

As a verb tramp is

to walk with heavy footsteps.

Parasite vs Cadger - What's the difference?

parasite | cadger | Related terms |

Parasite is a related term of cadger.


As nouns the difference between parasite and cadger

is that parasite is (pejorative) a person who lives on other people's efforts or expense and gives little or nothing back while cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler.

Mendicant vs Cadger - What's the difference?

mendicant | cadger | Related terms |

Mendicant is a related term of cadger.


As nouns the difference between mendicant and cadger

is that mendicant is a pauper who lives by begging while cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler.

As an adjective mendicant

is depending on alms for a living.

Almsman vs Cadger - What's the difference?

almsman | cadger | Related terms |

Almsman is a related term of cadger.


As nouns the difference between almsman and cadger

is that almsman is (obsolete) one who depends on the receipt of alms, a beggar while cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler.

Cadger vs Sponger - What's the difference?

cadger | sponger | Related terms |

Cadger is a related term of sponger.


As nouns the difference between cadger and sponger

is that cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler while sponger is one who uses a sponge.

Cadger vs Bludger - What's the difference?

cadger | bludger | Related terms |

Cadger is a related term of bludger.


As nouns the difference between cadger and bludger

is that cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler while bludger is (australia|slang|obsolete) a pimp, a man living off the earnings of a harlot 1966 , sidney j baker, the australian language'', second edition, chapter vi, section 3, page 129—''mentions an 1882 record of the "pimp" usage .

Cadger vs Scrounger - What's the difference?

cadger | scrounger | Related terms |

Cadger is a related term of scrounger.


As nouns the difference between cadger and scrounger

is that cadger is (archaic) a hawker or peddler while scrounger is one who scrounges.

Cadger vs Cadged - What's the difference?

cadger | cadged |


As a noun cadger

is (archaic) a hawker or peddler.

As a verb cadged is

(cadge).

Cader vs Cadger - What's the difference?

cader | cadger |


As a verb cader

is to fall.

As a noun cadger is

(archaic) a hawker or peddler.

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