poler

[ poh-ler ]
/ ˈpoʊ lər /

noun

a person or thing that poles.

Origin of poler

First recorded in 1680–90; pole1 + -er1
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Examples from the Web for poler

  • They jokingly called him "Poler Todd," and made him treat the whole club to cigars on the way back from dinner.

    The Adventures of a Freshman|Jesse Lynch Williams
  • He flunked in Greek and mathematics sufficiently to escape the epithet of Poler.

    The Eternal Boy|Owen Johnson
  • Everyone at college is called a student, but a poler is one who studies to excess.

    The Adventures of a Freshman|Jesse Lynch Williams

British Dictionary definitions for poler

poler

/ (ˈpəʊlə) /

noun

another name for pole horse
a person or thing that poles, esp a punter
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