Definition of Pocketers

1. pocketer [n] - See also: pocketer



Lexicographical Neighbors of Pocketers

pocket trumpet
pocket trumpets
pocket veto
pocket vetos
pocket watch
pocket watches
pocketable
pocketbook
pocketbooks
pocketcomb
pocketed
pocketed bat
pocketed calculus
pocketed freetail bat
pocketer
pocketers
pocketful
pocketfuls
pocketing
pocketknife
pocketknives
pocketless
pocketlike
pocketphone
pocketphones
pockets
pocketsful
pockier

Literary usage of Pocketers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Paper Against Gold, Or, The History and Mystery of the Bank of England, of by William Cobbett (1828)
"... he himself was one of the great receivers and pocketers of the said salvage. Yet, at the time when he wrote, he and his sons were, and they now are, ..."

2. Paper Against Gold, Or, The History and Mystery of the Bank of England, of by William Cobbett (1828)
"He did not tell the " thinking people/' that he himself was one of the great receivers and pocketers of the said salvage. Yet, at the time when he wrote, ..."

3. Paper Against Gold, Or, The History and Mystery of the Bank of England, of by William Cobbett (1834)
"He did not tell the " thinking people," that he, himself, Was one of the great receivers and pocketers of the said salvage. Yet, at the time when he wrote, ..."

4. Paper Against Gold, Or, The History and Mystery of the Bank of England, of by William Cobbett (1834)
"He did not tell the " thinking people," that he, himself, was one of the great receivers and pocketers of the said salvage. ..."

5. Paper Against Gold, Or, the Mystery of the Bank of England: Of the Debt, of by William Cobbett (1846)
"He did not tell the " thinking people," that he, himself, Was one of the great receivers and pocketers of the said salvage. Yet, at the time when he wrote, ..."

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