noun[mass noun] British informal
- In his youth Jack had been active in hockey, rugger and tennis.
- He played rugger for the Police from 1953 and his last year was under my first captaincy of the Police team in 1963.
- One should have thought, I wish I had a father to teach me how to play cricket or to play rugger or something like that but I never thought about it.
Words that rhyme with ruggerhugger, lugger, mugger, plugger, slugger, Srinagar, tugger
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