[ pik-er-uhp-er ]
/ ˈpɪk ərˈʌp ər /
something that restores one's depleted energy or depressed spirits; pick-me-up.
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Origin of picker-upper
1935–40; pick up + -er1, joined pleonastically to both v. and particle
Words nearby picker-upper
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