aginner

noun agin·ner \əˈginə(r)\
variants: less commonly

agin'er

Definition of aginner

plural

aginners

also

agin'ers

;
plural

-s

slang

  1. :  one who opposes change Donald was a saturnine, unrelenting iconoclast, a north-country agin’er from the get-go—about politics, religion, social norms, and what have you. — Edward Hoagland, Harper’s, October 2000

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Origin and Etymology of aginner

2agin + 2-er


First Known Use: 1905


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