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skinner

noun skin·ner \ˈski-nər\

Definition of SKINNER

1
a :  one that deals in skins, pelts, or hides
b :  one that removes, cures, or dresses skins
2
:  sharper
3
:  a driver of draft animals :  teamster

Examples of SKINNER

  1. <he's proven himself to be a skinner of guys who are a lot smarter than you, so be wary of any deals you make with him>

First Known Use of SKINNER

14th century

Skinner

biographical name Skin·ner \ˈski-nər\

Definition of SKINNER

B(urrhus) F(rederic) 1904–1990 Am. psychol.
Skin·ner·ian \ski-ˈnir-ē-ən, -ˈner-\ adjective

Skinner

biographical name

Definition of SKINNER

Cornelia Otis 1901–1979 dau. of Otis Am. actress & writer

Skinner

biographical name

Definition of SKINNER

Otis 1858–1942 Am. actor

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