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1poacher

noun poach·er \ˈpō-chər\

Definition of POACHER

1
:  one that trespasses or steals
2
:  one who kills or takes wild animals (as game or fish) illegally
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Origin of POACHER

2poach
First Known Use: 1614

Rhymes with POACHER

2poacher

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Definition of POACHER

1
:  a covered pan containing a plate with depressions or shallow cups in each of which an egg can be cooked over steam rising from boiling water in the bottom of the pan
2
:  a baking dish in which food (as fish) can be poached

Origin of POACHER

1poach
First Known Use: 1861

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