Related formsan·ti·strik·er, nounnon·strik·er, noun
Examples from the Web for striker
Twenty minutes later, U.S. striker Jozy Altidore was barreling down the left sideline at top speed in pursuit of the ball.
The 24-year-old striker, meanwhile, was building a reputation on the international stage before he could even legally drink.
The veteran 36-year-old striker was the star of the 2006 World Cup German team that Klinsmann coached, and is a total ball hawk.USA vs. Germany World Cup Primer: Everything You Need to Know About the Epic Showdown|Marlow Stern|June 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The pre-match talk has centered on England striker Wayne Rooney, whose form could make or break their chances today.
The neighbourhood of Burnley used to be haunted by a phantom locally called "Trash" or "Striker."Human Animals|Frank Hamel
Then three streaks came, all over the plate, waist high and “striker out” sounded the third time.Radio Boys Loyalty|Wayne Whipple
Of course she was not a striker nor was her continued life a menace to American institutions.The Pullman Boycott|W. F. Burns
If the striker's ball is holed he plays from baulk; if an object-ball, it is spotted as at the beginning of the game.
Then Faye took him as striker, and has befriended him in many ways.Army Letters from an Officer's Wife, 1871-1888|Frances M.A. Roe
British Dictionary definitions for striker
- a person who harpoons whales or fish
- the harpoon itself