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crabber

[krab-er] /ˈkræb ər/
noun
1.
a person who catches crabs.
2.
a boat used in catching crabs.
Origin
1840-1850
1840-50; crab1 + er1
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  • She jumped up from the table and went over in the corner where the churn stood, the milk in it crabber by now.
  • Numerous tidal creeks await the explorer, crabber, and angler.
  • crabber, when his vessel rolled and the stern went down under the water.
  • Harold is also a crabber and plies the open water as weather permits.
  • For the recreational crabber, there exist a variety of crab traps.
British Dictionary definitions for crabber

crabber

/ˈkræbə/
noun
1.
a crab fisherman
2.
a boat used for crab-fishing
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