screever

[skree-ver]
noun Chiefly British.
  1. an artist who draws pictures on sidewalks, as with colored chalks, earning a living from the donations of spectators and passersby.

Origin of screever

1875–80; earlier screeve (v.) (< Polari) < Italian scrivere to write (< Latin scrībere) + -er1
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