Definition of Drubber

1. n. One who drubs.



Definition of Drubber

1. Noun. A person who gives someone a drubbing. ¹

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Definition of Drubber

1. one that drubs [n -S] - See also: drubs

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drubber

drowsihed
drowsily
drowsiness
drowsinesses
drowsing
drowsing(a)
drowsy
drowth
drowths
droxicam
droxidopa
droyle
droyled
drub
drubbed
drubber (current term)
drubbers
drubbing
drubbings
drubs
drucken
drudge
drudged
drudger
drudgeries
drudgers
drudgery
drudges
drudgework
drudgey

Literary usage of Drubber

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1. Waverley, Or, 'Tis Sixty Years Since by Walter Scott, Andrew Lang (1892)
"As this was beyond the capacity of the drubber of sheepskin, he was fain to have recourse to the inoffensive row-dow-dow as a harmless substitute for the ..."

2. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1890)
"... are models of what pulpit eloquence should not be.— Evening News. "Tub-preacher" is an old term for a ranting, dissenting preacher. Also " tub-drubber. ..."

3. The Southern Review (1828)
"Pray, who, for a devil's drubber, may he be ?—one of your In rums that is trained for the work like a wrestler for the ..."

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