cribber

[ krib-er ]
/ ˈkrɪb ər /

noun

a person who cribs.
a horse that practices cribbing.

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Origin of cribber

First recorded in 1695–1705; crib + -er1
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Example sentences from the Web for cribber

  • Cribber has a lovely home, and a devoted wife, who has long been one of my wife's best friends.

    What's your hurry?|George Niblo
  • There's Cribber, for example, has become quite infatuated over the races, and loses no opportunity of going when the season is on.

    What's your hurry?|George Niblo