/ ˈhɪtə /


  1. informal.
    a boxer who has a hard punch rather than skill or finesse
  2. a person who hits something

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Example Sentences

It sounded like a big margin to spot a strong hitter, and the party of the second part snapped the bet up.

A pinch hitter named Pickle Smith was announced for Jacksonville.

He sported hair curlers in the dugout, took handfuls of amphetamines before games, and pitched a no-hitter on LSD.

As a trial judge in Washington, D.C., Eric Holder was known as a tough sentencer, a long-ball hitter in courthouse parlance.

SAC is represented by Jonathan Gasthalter, a partner of PR heavy-hitter Sard Verbinnen & Co.

You see, he was such a picture of a man's man in every sense of the word; a fighter and a hard-hitter, right from the jump.

Betty had spoken of Peter as a stubborn swordsman and a hard hitter, and both of these he now showed himself to be.

He must have been a hard hitter if he boxed as he preachedwhat The Fancy would call an ugly customer.

That head of yours ain't thick enough to stop the crook of the hardest hitter in Bristol.'

Cuc-cuc-come on, Osgood, implored Springer, as the next hitter was seen to rise from the bench; youre the boy to do the trick.





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