Origin of speeder
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Examples from the Web for speeder
At a is the slot for receiving the arm from the speeder and from the stop motion.
It is obvious that the speeder can be adjusted while the engine is running.
"Speeder," Ben snapped as he jumped down the steps to the side hatch.Code Three
The speeder has under her care as many machines as her skill can control.
The girl at the speeder next to me had just had her hand mashed to a jelly.
Word Origin and History for speeder
"one who drives fast," 1891, agent noun from speed (v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper