- a person who catches crabs.
- a boat used in catching crabs.
Origin of crabber
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The crabber reached over and turned a switch, cutting his engine.
Rick could see the boat, but the angle was wrong for him to see the crabber at work.
The crabber was getting about one crab for every three baits.
Scotty went into the cabin and left Rick watching the crabber.
The crabber approached the can, then flipped the line off the roller.
- a crab fisherman
- a boat used for crab-fishing
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