Definition of Rebounder

1. Noun. Agent noun of rebound; one who rebounds; resilient. ¹



2. Noun. (basketball) One who rebounds. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rebounder

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebounder

reborrows
rebottle
rebottled
rebottler
rebottlers
rebottles
rebottling
rebought
rebound
rebound effect
rebound phenomenon
rebound relationship
rebound tenderness
rebound volleyball
rebounded
rebounder (current term)
rebounders
rebounding
rebounds
reboxetine
rebozo
rebozos
rebrace
rebraced
rebraces
rebracing
rebracketing
rebracketings
rebranch
rebranched

Literary usage of Rebounder

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1. Journal of the United States Artillery by Coast Artillery Training Center (U.S.), Artillery School (Fort Monroe, Va.) (1901)
"Now by connecting the rebounder to one magnet of the Holden and the chamber ... The readings are given below : rebounder connected to short rod of Holden ..."

2. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1884)
"... eight is the " rebounder," from the habit of snapping with the middle linger of the right hand: nine is the "toucher," from a characteristic act of the ..."

3. The Stannaries: A Study of the English Tin Miner by George Randall Lewis (1907)
"Thus if any persons specially appointed to review bounds did by covenant with the would-be rebounder misuse the trust reposed in them, or suffered old ..."

4. The American Antiquarian and Oriental Journal by Stephen Denison Peet (1884)
"... the "rebounder," from the habit of snapping with the middle finger of the right hand; nine is the "toucher," from a characteristic act of the index ..."

5. Harvard Economic Studies by Harvard University Dept. of Economics (1907)
"Thus if any persons specially appointed to review bounds did by covenant with the would-be rebounder misuse the trust reposed in them, or suffered old ..."

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