(smo-gleur) s. m.
   Navire qui fait la contre-bande entre l'Angleterre et la France.
   Adjectivement. Navire smuggler.
   Celui qui fait la contre-bande entre l'Angleterre et la France. De hardis smugglers.
   On le trouve écrit smogleur. De son port clandestin le smogleur qui s'élance, Scènes de la vie maritime, dans JAL.
   Angl. to smuggle, faire la contre-bande.

Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré. . 1872-1877.

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