Definition of Patzer

1. Noun. A poor chess player.

Generic synonyms: Chess Player



Definition of Patzer

1. Noun. (chess slang) A poor player; an amateur. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Patzer

1. an inept chess player [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Patzer

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patulins
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patupaiarehe
patus
patwari
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paty
patzer (current term)
patzers
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paua
pauas
paucal
pauce
pauci-
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pauciserial
paucispecific
paucispiral

Literary usage of Patzer

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1. The Association Review by American Association to Promote the Teaching of Speech to the Deaf (1904)
"CE patzer. Prof. patzer took a class of fifth grade children, whom he had seen but once before, and told them the fable of "The Fox and the Grapes. ..."

2. The American State Reports: Containing the Cases of General Value and by Abraham Clark Freeman (1901)
"Such written consent of Gallon and patzer accompanied the adoption, and recited that they were such guardians of Emory,who was six years of age,and was ..."

3. Wisconsin Normal Schools: Proceedings of an Institute of the Faculties of by Lorenzo Dow Harvey (1901)
"Mr. patzer—Do you require your students to make careful preparation before you ... Mr. patzer—Do these lesson-plans that these students are required to make ..."

4. Wisconsin Normal Schools: Proceedings of an Institute of the Faculties of by Lorenzo Dow Harvey (1901)
"Mr. patzer—Do you require your students to make careful preparation before you ... Mr. patzer—Do these lesson-plans that these students are required to make ..."

5. Reports of Tax Cases: Under the Act 37 Vict. Cap. 16 and Under the Taxes by Great Britain Board of Inland Revenue (1884)
"... the 22nd day of May 1868, before these witnesses James M'Grigor, of the Queen's Hotel, Glasgow, and Robert patzer, waiter at the said Queen's Hotel, ..."

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