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looper

noun loop·er \ˈlü-pər\

Definition of LOOPER

1
:  any of the usually rather small hairless caterpillars that are mostly larvae of moths (families Geometridae and Noctuidae) and move with a looping motion in which the hind prolegs draw the posterior body toward the front followed by forward extension by the anterior legs —called also inchworm
2
:  one that loops
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First Known Use of LOOPER

1731

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