crabber

[krab-er]
noun
1.
a person who catches crabs.
2.
a boat used in catching crabs.

Origin:
1840–50; crab1 + er1

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crabber (ˈkræbə)
 
n
1.  a crab fisherman
2.  a boat used for crab-fishing

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Example sentences
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.
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