Definition of Baulker

1. Noun. A person who refuses to comply.

Exact synonyms: Balker, Noncompliant
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Specialized synonyms: Negativist
Derivative terms: Balk, Baulk



Definition of Baulker

1. Noun. Someone who baulks. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baulker

bauhinia
bauhinias
bauk
bauked
bauking
bauks
baulk
baulk-line
baulk colour
baulk colours
baulk end
baulk ends
baulk line
baulk lines
baulked
baulker (current term)
baulkers
baulkier
baulkiest
baulking
baulks
baulky
baumhauerite
baumstarkite
baunscheidtism
bauplan
baur
bauranoite
baurs
bausond

Literary usage of Baulker

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1. Billiards Expounded to All Degrees of Amateur Players by S. A. Mussabini, John Patrick Mannock (1904)
"If he misses it he gives to the double-baulker the use of the object-white, which must, according to a sensible reading of what will tend to minimize the ..."

2. The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine by Charles Fenno Hoffman, Timothy Flint, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew (1851)
"... ~baulker t ' This last word, if I understand it rightly, is intended for the ' KNICKERBOCKER ! ..."

3. Shropshire Parish Registers by Shropshire Parish Register Society, William Phillimore Watts Phillimore (1902)
"Dec. 9. [In margin] Evan, s. of Evan & Elizabeth Jones .. .. .. bap. „ Dec. ii. Margarette, d. of Rich. baulker .. bur. „ Dec. 17. Evan, s. of Evan Jones, ..."

4. Drawing-room Plays and Parlour Pantomimes by Clement Scott (1870)
"In every dictionary there's a baulker; We've mangled Doctor Johnson. Whim. Have you ? Walker! Joke. But see, our mistress, Fun, herself appears Behind her ..."

5. A History of the Parishes of St. Ives, Lelant, Towednack and Zennor: In the by John Hobson Matthews (1892)
"In such cases you may hear spectators saying, " There are lanes of fish," or " baulks of them," and a very large shoal when enclosed is a " baulker. ..."

6. The Spaniel and Its Training by F. H. F. Mercer (1890)
"If he is at all inclined to be weak-spirited, beware of checking him more than you can help, as overmuch badgering might make him a "baulker. ..."

7. The American Veterinary Journal (1857)
"Many a noble animal has been ruined by violence, and many a desperate baulker has been made valuable by kind and gentle management. ..."

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