swaggie


swag·gie

noun \ˈswa-gē\

Definition of SWAGGIE

chiefly Australian
:  swagman

Examples of SWAGGIE

  1. <some swaggies were known to take occasional odd jobs at bush stations>

Origin of SWAGGIE

by shortening & alteration
First Known Use: 1891

Related to SWAGGIE

Synonyms
bindle stiff, bum, bummer, hobo, sundowner [Australian], tramp [chiefly Australian], swagman [chiefly Australian], vagabond, vagrant

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