Definition of Puncher

1. Noun. A hired hand who tends cattle and performs other duties on horseback.




2. Noun. Someone who delivers punches.
Generic synonyms: Boxer, Pugilist
Derivative terms: Punch

3. Noun. A tool for making holes or indentations.
Exact synonyms: Punch
Specialized synonyms: Center Punch, Punch Pliers
Generic synonyms: Tool
Derivative terms: Punch, Punch

Definition of Puncher

1. n. One who, or that which, punches.

Definition of Puncher

1. Noun. (often in combination) A person who punches (in a specified manner). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Puncher

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Puncher

punchboard
punchboards
punchbowl
punchbowls
punchcard
punchcards
punched
punched-out
punched card
punched cards
punched in
punched out
punched tape
puncheon
puncheons
puncher (current term)
punchers
punches
punches in
punchier
punchiest
punchily
punchin
punchinello
punchinellos
punchiness
punching
punching bag
punching bags
punching ball

Literary usage of Puncher

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The puncher machines (Figs. 4 and 5) are used instead of a pick for cutting coal. ... puncher machines are also driven indirectly by electric power, ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The puncher machines (Figs. 4 and 5) are used instead of a pick for cutting coal. ... puncher machines are also driven indirectly by electric power, ..."

3. Compressed Air Plant: The Production, Transmission and Use of Compressed Air by Robert Peele (1920)
"The individual bits are thus readily removed for sharpening and replacement. Sullivan " Post puncher " (Fig. 205) is a modified rock-drill, designed for the ..."

4. Twice-born Men: A Clinic in Regeneration; a Footnote in Narrative to ...by Harold Begbie by Harold Begbie (1909)
"And a ilf-righteousness in his puncher, He can save r "ood, prayer was neces- j mees in the prison cell, sr. He was a young a; rs out of his short life he ..."

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