Definition of Shucker

1. n. One who shucks oysters or clams



Definition of Shucker

1. Noun. someone who shucks oysters or clams ¹

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Definition of Shucker

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shucker

shtumm
shtums
shtupped
shtupping
shtups
shu'
shuangfengite
shubnikovite
shubunkin
shuck
shuck and jive
shuck down
shucked
shucked and jived
shucker (current term)
shuckers
shuckery
shucking
shucking and jiving
shuckings
shucks
shucks and jives
shud
shuddap
shudder
shuddered
shuddering
shudderingly
shudderings

Literary usage of Shucker

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1. The Great American Fraud: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quacks, in Two by Samuel Hopkins Adams (1907)
"... of old witch-lore and alchemy, and modern spiritualism, stolen from various sources. Apparently the ex-oyster-shucker's mantle baa fallen upon Prof. ..."

2. Bulletin of the Department of Labor by United States Dept. of Labor (1901)
"For the oyster shucker is confined to work. If he proves inefficient as a ... If he is a poor shucker, he does not get the oysters out, and he can not earn ..."

3. Shell-fish Industries by James Lawrence Kellogg (1910)
"In spite of every protection, the shucker's hands are always covered with cuts. ... The swiftness and dexterity developed by an expert shucker are little ..."

4. Shell-fish Industries by James Lawrence Kellogg (1910)
"In spite of every protection, the shucker's hands are always covered with cuts. ... The swiftness and dexterity developed by an expert shucker are little ..."

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