Definition of Lacker

1. n. One who lacks or is in want.



2. n. & v. See Lacquer.

Definition of Lacker

1. Noun. one who is lacking. ¹

2. Noun. (obsolete spelling of lacquer) ¹

3. Verb. (obsolete spelling of lacquer) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Lacker

1. to lacquer [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: lacquer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lacker

laciniolate
lacinula
lacinulae
lacis cell
lack
lack-lustre
lackadaisical
lackadaisically
lackadaisicalness
lackadaisy
lackaday
lackbrain
lackbrains
lacke
lacked
lacker (current term)
lackered
lackering
lackers
lackest
lacketh
lackey
lackeyed
lackeying
lackeys
lacking
lacking(p)
lackland
lacklands
lackluster

Literary usage of Lacker

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1. A practical workshop companion for tin, sheet iron, and copper plate workers by Leroy J. Blinn (1866)
"DEEP GOLD COLORED lacker. Seed-lac three ounces, turmeric one ounce, dragon's blood one- fourth ounce, alcohol one pint ; digest for a week, ..."

2. The Science Record edited by Alfred Ely Beach (1874)
"GOLD lacker.—Put into a clean four-gallon tin i pound ground turmeric, 1^ ounces of powdered gamboge, 3* ounces of powdered gum-sandarac, J pound of shellac ..."

3. The Science Record: A Compendium of Scientific Progress and Discovery edited by Alfred Ely Beach (1874)
"GOLD lacker.—Put into a clean four-gallon tin i pound ground turmeric, ij ounces of powdered gamboge, 31 ounces of powdered gum-sandarac, J pound ot shellac ..."

4. A new dictionary of the English language by Charles Richardson (1839)
"The true lacea is an Armenian gum, used in the dyeing of crimsons, and afterwards (grown artificial) employed by painters."—Cot. And see lacker. ..."

5. The Glasgow Mechanics' Magazine: And Annals of Philosophy (1825)
"When a great quantity of work must be done at the same time, or at different times, of the same colour, the quantities of the lacker and colouring mixture ..."

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