a person or thing that tacks
Australian slang a young person; child
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How to use tacker in a sentence
The tide was rising, and the water made great stop; but the fear was such that happy was he that might get a tacker.
"Organised last night," said the carpet-tacker, putting on his coat.Lifted Masks | Susan Glaspell
Fancy such a name as that for the wildest little tacker ever trod shoe-leather—or went barefoot, I mean.Dorothy on a House Boat | Evelyn Raymond