Definition of Jerker

1. Noun. Someone who gives a strong sudden pull.

Exact synonyms: Yanker
Generic synonyms: Puller
Derivative terms: Jerk, Yank



Definition of Jerker

1. n. A beater.

Definition of Jerker

1. Noun. A North American river chub (Hybopsis biguttatus). ¹

2. Noun. Someone or something that jerks. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Jerker

1. one that jerks [n -S] - See also: jerks

Medical Definition of Jerker

1. 1. A beater. 2. One who jerks or moves with a jerk. 3. A North American river chub (Hybopsis biguttatus). Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jerker

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jerk-waters
jerk around
jerk finger
jerk offs
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jerked
jerked meat
jerked off
jerker (current term)
jerkers
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jerkfaces
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jerkies
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jerkiness
jerkinesses
jerking

Literary usage of Jerker

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1. A Dictionary of Slang, Jargon & Cant: Embracing English, American, and Anglo by Albert Barrère, Charles Godfrey Leland (1889)
""Jerk" and "jerker" are in every way exact synonyms for "sling" and " slinger," eg, a beer- jerker. Beeswax (common), poor, soft cheese, sometimes called ..."

2. Report of the Royal Commission on the Mineral Resources of Ontario, and by Ontario (1890)
"When we had large wells we would abandon *a well that produced only five or The jerker «ii barrels a day ; now the man^ who gets a well of that kind is ..."

3. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1900)
"Each lug carries two »riat pins for connecting the jerker rods. The wheels havs a reciprocating motion imparted to them, swinging through an arc long enough ..."

4. Report by Ontario Dept. of Mines (1900)
"Each lug carries two wrist pins for connecting the jerker rods. The wheels hav • a reciprocating motion imparted to them, swinging through an arc long ..."

5. Oil Production Methods by Paul McClary Paine, Benjamin Kendrick Strowd, William Francis Sampson (1913)
"Holes are bored in the outer flanges of the latter, to which the jerker, ... The jerker-line is pulled a distance corresponding to the throw of the ..."

6. History of the Brocklesby Hounds, 1700-1901 by George E. Collins (1902)
"Frater, Phaeton, Furrier, jerker, and Pompey were the principal sires in 1758, and there was also a litter by jerker out of Mr. ..."

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