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mouser

[ mou-zer ]
/ ˈmaʊ zər /
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noun
an animal that catches mice: Our cat is a good mouser.
a person or thing that seeks or prowls, as if for prey.
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Origin of mouser

Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400; see origin at mouse, -er1
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British Dictionary definitions for mouser

mouser
/ (ˈmaʊzə, ˈmaʊsə) /

noun
a cat or other animal that is used to catch mice: usually qualifieda good mouser
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