sacker

1
[ sak-er ]
/ ˈsæk ər /
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noun

Baseball. a baseman: a slick-fielding third sacker.

Nearby words

  1. sack time,
  2. sackable,
  3. sackbut,
  4. sackcloth,
  5. sackcloth and ashes,
  6. sackful,
  7. sacking,
  8. sacks,
  9. sackville,
  10. sackville, thomas, 1st earl of dorset

Origin of sacker

1
First recorded in 1900–05; sack1 + -er1

sacker

2
[ sak-er ]
/ ˈsæk ər /

noun

a person who sacks; plunderer; pillager.

Origin of sacker

2
First recorded in 1580–90; sack2 + -er1

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Examples from the Web for sacker

  • And as the trained soldier wheeled about and spurred away, the sacker of Rome turned a dark scowling face on Tignonville.

    Count Hannibal|Stanley J. Weyman
  • For the Sacker of Cities fell in battle within a few weeks after their reunion.

    Superwomen|Albert Payson Terhune
  • The corn-sheller is a three horse-power, with fan and sacker attached.