Bummery - definition of Bummery by The Free Dictionary
There was a scivener of Wapping brought to hearing for relief against a bummery bond.
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However, the syndicalism of the Red Feds to some extent hindered political organisation by labour, particularly in 1911-13 during the period of greatest influence of the anti-political Chicago-style IWW (the 'bummery
') within the Red Feds.