noun dike–loup·er \ˈdīˌkləu̇pə(r), -lōp-, -lüp-\

Definition of dike–louper



dialectal, British

  1. :  one that jumps fences

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Origin and Etymology of dike–louper

1dike + English dialect louper leaper, from English dialect loup to leap + English -er — more at loup

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to criticize severely

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