welcher

[ US /ˈwɛɫtʃɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who swindles you by not repaying a debt or wager
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  • Now that I think about it, direct property distraint was a recognized means of compelling welchers to fulfill their obligations in the quasi-anarchic Brehon laws of Celtic Ireland, even if it was a case of tenants or debtors going after landlords or creditors. Shameless Self-promotion Sunday #30
  • Auch ift geredt wer daz. wir unfir nachkomen. odh - unfir ftifft in 'difes votgenante geldes hundert marck odir mer geben woltin dye folden fy nemen und folden dy abe re - chennndeabe slanan welcher dirreVeften wir woltin, und fdde dy Veften alfo fil miened ftehen/dar ubir fblden fye uns ire Quit briue geben mic iren infigeln, - dy vorgenant Botbold und yobann und ire erbin fuUen fich auch von den vorgenanten Ve - Subsidia diplomatica ad selecta juris Ecclesiastici Germaniae: et historiarum capita elucidanda ...
  • Welche Debatten in welcher Form in der Öffentlichkeit geführt, und welche Risiken und Möglichkeiten den Spielen zugeschrieben werden, können eine differenzierte Sichtweise auf das Phänomen erlauben. Games Convention Online
  • Newcomer (and bagel welcher) Pete Tzinski even revisited the Star Trek TV/film series in geek-infested (infected?) preparation. Happy Birthday to Us, Part 6
  • They would hurt a welcher in relation to what he owed. Static
  • It does beat hell how men learn to lie in the Solomons," he says and tells Griffiths he knows the welcher has sold out and is pulling for the Hebrides. “Have you lived? What have you got to show for it?”
  • I already told you your lack of integrity points to a welcherThink Progress » Bachmann claims Romney doesn’t believe RomneyCare was ‘a good thing for’ Massachusetts.
  • Your governor is a welcher and a deadbeat," Giuliani said. Ehrlich's former foe seeks just desserts from O'Malley
  • Newcomer (and another bagel-welcher) Jeff Patterson also revealed his disgust for all things that occupy the intersection in the Venn diagram of cute and Star Wars. Happy Birthday to Us, Part 6
  • Mine assumes that while saying "he owes me $500" makes me look like a welcher, saying "he owes me five million dollars" makes you look like a lunatic - so you won't say it. Beating the Odds: Why Do People Insist on Even Bets?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
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