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  • n. A person of Welsh descent; a Welshman.


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  • “Wiltshire,” I says, “though I’m mostly called Welsher; but Wiltshire is the way it’s spelt, if the people on the beach could only get their tongues about it.

    Island Nights' Entertainments

  • Express_ and say with feeling, "If I could only get that infernal Welsher by the throat."

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 146, February 25, 1914

  • There were ghastly scenes as well as humorous ones -- an old horse, killed by the day's work and thrown into the ditch by the roadside, axletrees broken by the heavy loads and people thrown out of their carts and cut, boy tramps dragging along like worn-out old men, and a Welsher with his clothes torn to ribbons, stealing across the fields to escape a yelping and infuriated crowd.

    The Christian A Story

  • Pete has been compared to a gruffer, Welsher version of Ray LaMontagne who had a massive hit album called

    Blogposts |

  • Welsher was taken into custody in the business's park lot. - Local News

  • _we_ 'ad that duffer, DEROULÈDE, on Newmarket' Eath, we should just duck him in a 'orsepond, like a copped Welsher.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 100, March 14, 1891

  • And if the idea was to film him from a stalker's PoV, then they should have concentrated on the stalker side of the film -- as it was, the filthy Welsher didn't have nearly the amount of on-screen time as he should have, there were no letters, and every conversation they had was the same. (

    amuchmoreexotic: And another thing

  • Welsher does not seem very bad, at least not till just now, but cut that shit out seems more offensive, more up-to-date and modern.

    Nashville Scene - Pith in the Wind


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