whacker

[ UK /wˈækɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈhwækɝ, ˈwækɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. something especially big or impressive of its kind
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How To Use whacker In A Sentence

  • Report Abuse thats a joke question. you throw a rock in any direction there and hit a militant. either they believe they are fighting for their country, or they are posessed by a demon drinking the blood of innocents. known as the tali whackers. Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion
  • The Cedar Surf is about surf shacks, back roads, bushwhackers, hitchhikers and squatters in the rainforest isolation in and around Tofino, Ucluelet and Jordan River, where surfing beaches are crowded with sea lions, not people.
  • An ancient-looking apothecary, with an old "Rebel bushwhacker" and a painter out of work who "loafed" of evenings in, or in front of, the corner apothecary shop, had stood gap-mouthed at these recitations until the mine of wonders had been to the last grain exhausted. A Strange Discovery
  • Bushman - used from the 1820s - was a term of honour, connoting mastery of a harsh environment; but bushy and bushwhacker - which gained currency late in the century - suggested awkwardness and rustic innocence.
  • Overworked and undersexed stay-at-home moms might be tempted by the strapping young buck with the weed whacker.
  • More important has been the second traditional source - the collected, cataloged, and often published accounts of the Union soldiers whom bushwhackers targeted and tormented.
  • Because of this, the track's opening was celebrated in style - bushwhacker style, that is!
  • Federals arrested only six of the bushwhackers identified in the 1860 census in a county other than the one where he resided.
  • He had a long career as a trapper, bullwhacker, miner, Pony Express rider, wagon master, stagecoach driver, soldier, and as a prairie scout for the 5th Cavalry, for which he won the Congressional Medal of Honor. QCOnline Metro News
  • One of the advantages to being a bullwhacker in these trains was that you got to meet all the new girls first, before they got to Salt Lake. Whoa Haw Buck and Jerry Boy
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