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crowder

noun crowd·er \ ˈkrau̇də(r) , -rüd- \

Definition of crowder

plural -s
1 :one that plays a crowd
2 dialectal, England :fiddler

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Origin and Etymology of crowder

Middle English crowdere, from crowde fiddle + -ere -er


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crowder

noun crowd·er \ ˈkrau̇də(r) \

Definition of crowder

plural -s
1 :one that crowds
  • that type of fighter, a crowder with both hands milling at all times
  • Ring
2 British :a worker who loads handmade bricks on barrows

Origin and Etymology of crowder

1crowd + -er


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