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walloper

/ (ˈwɒləpə) /
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noun
a person or thing that wallops
Australian slang a policeman
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How to use walloper in a sentence

  • Then came to the bat the mightiest walloper of the rival team.

  • Bunter himself could not be expected to remember every casual dock walloper he might have had to do with.

    Tales Of Hearsay|Joseph Conrad
  • The sneaking dock-walloper, I'll take the starch out of him when we land!

    Parrot & Co.|Harold MacGrath
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