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gapper

/ˈɡæpə/
noun
1.
(Brit) a person who is taking a gap year
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  • Then gapper told Tom Cush that now he was a sailor he ought to spin us a yarn.

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  • Once there was a little boy named Billy, and gapper lent him his donkey to go ride.

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  • gapper can't go round now, selling cakes, because he's lame, and has to go with two canes.

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  • I said I saw him coming out of the hen-house, where gapper Skyblue kept his rabbits.

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  • gapper let Bubby Short and me have his donkey-cart to go to ride in.

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  • It was gapper, coming to see what the matter was that kept us so late.

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  • gapper let him have 'em for two cents, because he'd had 'em a good while and the edges of 'em were some crumbly.

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  • He was mad at gapper for setting a man to watch, and so he took Rosy's lamb.

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