Examples of burgher in a Sentence
many of the college students are regarded by the local burghers as obnoxious louts
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The city burghers even had a nonbinding agreement with the Charlotte Hornets, which wanted to relocate.
Youngsters in sweatshirts and jeans mingle with the burghers.
In Stockholm, a memorable photograph was taken during a rare descent from the train, showing Lenin walking fast, with an umbrella and derby, looking more burgher-like than usual.
In addition to blackjack and roulette, the casino features an occasional fight club, in which upstanding folks pair off and beat each other bloody as their fellow burghers wager money on the outcome.
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BURGHER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of burgher for English Language Learners
: a person who lives in a particular town or borough
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