docker

[ UK /dˈɒkɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈdɑkɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a laborer who loads and unloads vessels in a port
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How To Use docker In A Sentence

  • He has been married for almost 45 years to Sandra, a former hairdresser, daughter of a docker and twin sister of Frank Lampard's late mother. Harry Redknapp: the people's manager | Observer profile
  • I ordered my VM - 2 in black horsehide (no additional cost over conventional cow) with black pants clips to match pleated Docker slacks.
  • The place where rivermen dockers and farmworkers could relax after a hard day's work.
  • A powerful half-page photo showed gaunt, desperate-looking London dockers queuing at the dock gate in a dim half-light.
  • The man who had occupied this hole, one Dan Cullen, docker, was dying in hospital. DAN CULLEN, DOCKER
  • I am surprised that dockers have not done something about blacking these products, which I am sure are exported through some docks in the country.
  • When the stewards were sentenced to three months' imprisonment, the industrial action spread to include dockers, who closed the port of Belfast.
  • I would be more inclined to stuff a docker's knuckle up your ricker. Army Rumour Service
  • He is also surrounded by a high-quality cast including Michelle Dockery as an angst-ridden Ophelia, Hugh Ross as a fusspot Polonius and Colin Tierney as a likable Horatio. Hamlet
  • Their defiance sparked a huge wave of international solidarity that saw English dockers blacking Irish goods and collections taken in workplaces across Britain.
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