Definition of Pusher

1. Noun. One who intrudes or pushes himself forward.

Exact synonyms: Thruster
Generic synonyms: Interloper, Intruder, Trespasser
Derivative terms: Thrust



2. Noun. An unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs.
Exact synonyms: Drug Dealer, Drug Peddler, Drug Trafficker, Peddler
Generic synonyms: Criminal, Crook, Felon, Malefactor, Outlaw, Dealer
Derivative terms: Peddle, Push

3. Noun. Someone who pushes.
Exact synonyms: Shover
Generic synonyms: Mover
Specialized synonyms: Nudger
Derivative terms: Shove, Shove

4. Noun. A sandal attached to the foot by a thong over the toes.
Exact synonyms: Zori
Generic synonyms: Sandal

5. Noun. A small vehicle with four wheels in which a baby or child is pushed around.
Exact synonyms: Baby Buggy, Baby Carriage, Carriage, Go-cart, Perambulator, Pram, Pushchair, Stroller
Specialized synonyms: Bassinet
Generic synonyms: Wheeled Vehicle
Derivative terms: Push

Definition of Pusher

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

Definition of Pusher

1. Noun. That which pushes. ¹

2. Noun. An illegal drug dealer. ¹

3. Noun. (aviation) (aircraft configuration) an aircraft with the propeller behind the fuselage. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pusher

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pusher

pushbike
pushbikes
pushcart
pushcarts
pushchair
pushchairs
pushcharovskite
pushdown
pushdown automaton
pushdowns
pushed
pushed off
pushed on
pusher (current term)
pusherman
pushermen
pushers
pushes
pushes off
pushes on
pushest
pushful
pushfulness
pushfulnesses
pushier
pushiest
pushily
pushiness

Literary usage of Pusher

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1. Railroad Construction: Theory and Practice; a Text-book for the Use of by Walter Loring Webb (1922)
"Therefore, when estimating the length of the pusher grade, the, ... The cost of pusher-engine service. When we analyze \ the elements of cost, ..."

2. Railroad Construction: Theory and Practice : a Textbook for the Use of by Walter Loring Webb (1903)
"Numerical comparison of pusher and through grades. In § 445 the computation was made of the desirability of reducing a 1.6% ruling grade to a 1.2% grade. ..."

3. The Economics of Railroad Construction by Walter Loring Webb (1912)
"2o8 Numerical illustrations of the cost of pusher service. —In § 204 we found that a through grade corresponding to a 1.9% pusher grade was 0.99%, or, ..."

4. The Economics of Railroad Construction by Walter Loring Webb (1906)
"as in § 200, 1.25 c. as interest charge on the cost of the pusher-engine, we have 49.61 c. ... 208 Numerical illustrations of the cost of pusher service. ..."

5. Railroad Construction: : Theory and Practice : a Text-book for the Use of by Walter Loring Webb (1917)
"Therefore, when estimating the length of the pusher grade, the most desirable ... The cost of pusher-engine service. When we analyze the elements of cost, ..."

6. The Economic Theory of the Location of Railways: An Analysis of the by Arthur Mellen Wellington (1887)
"In actual practice,, at the present day, it will be found that pusher engines usually are a little heavier than the through engines, and yet that the pusher ..."

7. The Economic Theory of the Location of Railways by Arthur Mellen Wellington (1887)
"As on many days in the year the ratio of adhesion is unavoidably low, on those days the resulting inconvenience will be confined to the pusher grade, ..."

8. The Economic Theory of the Location of Railways: An Analysis of the by Arthur Mellen Wellington (1887)
"As on many days in the year the ratio of adhesion is unavoidably low, on those days the resulting inconvenience will be confined to the pusher grade, ..."

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