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swabber

noun swab·ber \ˈswä-bər\

Definition of SWABBER

1
:  one that swabs
2
:  swab 2a

Origin of SWABBER

akin to Low German swabber mop, Middle English swabben to sway
First Known Use: 1592

Rhymes with SWABBER

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