Whiggamore

noun Whig·ga·more \ˈ(h)wigəˌmō(ə)r\

Definition of Whiggamore

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  a member of a band composed largely of inhabitants of the southwestern part of Scotland that in 1648 marched to Edinburgh to oppose the king, Duke of Hamilton, and court party

  2. 2 :  1whig 1

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Origin and Etymology of whiggamore

perhaps irregular from obsolete English dialect whig yokel, rustic, perhaps from English 1whig


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