2. Noun. (cricket) A scorer. ¹
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Definition of Notcher
1. one that notches [n -S] - See also: notches
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Literary usage of Notcher
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1. Practical Sheet Metal Work and Demonstrated Patterns: A Comprehensive Treatise by John Henry Teschmacher (1911)
"... heavy and good material fastened securely together, several sheets may be notched at the same time. It is found in practice Fig. 173.—A Roofing notcher ..."
2. The Sun Dance of the Crow Indians by Robert Harry Lowie (1915)
"At the close of the fourth song the tree-notcher actually tapped the horn ... As soon as the captive had done her work, she and the tree-notcher stepped ..."
3. Logging: The Principles and General Methods of Operation in the United States by Ralph Clement Bryant (1913)
"Two fallers then cut the timber and the notcher marks off the log ... On some operations a notcher is not employed, the undercut being made by the fallers. ..."
4. Sheep Husbandry: With an Account of the Different Breeds, and General by Henry Stephens Randall (1856)
"The notcher which I use is of my own invention, and I have found it far preferable ... The lamb then is numbered with the notcher, and this and its general ..."
5. The Executive and His Control of Men: A Study in Personal Efficiency by Enoch Burton Gowin (1915)
""We have what we call the "Top-notcher Trade Sales Competition,' through which we ... Every member of the selling force tries to be the top-notcher in his ..."
6. Trade Foundations Based on Producing Industries (1919)
"He has directly under his charge the logging boss, notcher, team boss, ... The trees for felling are marked by the notcher and cut by sawyers who work in ..."