a person or school that prepares pupils for an examination, esp pupils who have already failed that examination

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Examples from the Web for crammer

Historical Examples of crammer

  • And if I called him a crammer, he was equally committed by all tradition to punch my head.

    Tom, Dick and Harry

    Talbot Baines Reed

  • And, of course, I live there, though I'm going to a crammer's at Richmond next term.'

  • There was no evasion in the Crammer Institute of the fact that it was a public institution.

  • I should have to send you to a crammer, and everyone would talk.

  • He would have to go to a crammer's and everyone would ask questions.