lobstick

[ lob-stik ]
/ ˈlɒbˌstɪk /

noun Canadian.

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Example sentences from the Web for lobstick

  • We usually employ for this purpose a contrivance known among hunters as a “squailer,” or “lobstick.”

  • A great honour awaits us round the next corner, when the boatmen announce that they are going to make us each a lobstick.

    The New North|Agnes Deans Cameron
  • Should we, at any time before this journey ends, fail to make good, the men on the return voyage will cut the lobstick down.

    The New North|Agnes Deans Cameron