Definition of Stacker

1. Noun. A laborer who builds up a stack or pile.

Generic synonyms: Jack, Laborer, Labourer, Manual Laborer
Derivative terms: Stack, Stack



Definition of Stacker

1. Noun. A output bin in a document feeding or punch card machine (contrast with hopper). ¹

2. Noun. A worker who stacks the shelves in a supermarket. ¹

3. Noun. A participant in sport stacking. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Stacker

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stacker

stack trace
stack traces
stack up
stack z's
stackability
stackable
stackably
stackage
stackages
stackback
stackbacks
stacked
stacked(p)
stacked heel
stacked modal
stacker (current term)
stackers
stacket
stackets
stackframe
stackframes
stacking
stackings
stackless
stacks
stackstand
stackstands
stackup
stackups
stackyard

Literary usage of Stacker

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

1. Farm Buildings: A Compilation of Plans for General Farm Barns, Cattle Barns by Sanders Publishing Co. (Chicago, Sanders Publishing Co. (Chicago) (1911)
"581 shows what is known in some sections as the Crowe stacker. ... CROWE HAY stacker. needed. With a little attention the farmer can learn to handle his hay ..."

2. Lumber Manufacture in the Douglas Fir Region by Howard B. Oakleaf (1920)
"TILTED CAR stacker Kiln cars to be loaded with the tilted-car stacker ara ... The lumber is slid into the stacker from the ends of skids equipped with slow ..."

3. Science of Successful Threshing by Wallace F. MacGregor, W. W. Dingee (1911)
"Speed of stacker Fan. It is desirable to keep the speed of the wind-stacker ... The combination-stacker has been made because of the demand for a stacker ..."

4. The Rights and Liabilities of Husband and Wife by John Fraser Macqueen, Sydney Hastings, John Davies Davenport (1872)
"stacker (b}, where a male infant of the age of seventeen, previous to his marriage with a woman possessed of personal property, executed a settlement by ..."

5. Pittsburgh Reports by Boyd Crumrine (1872)
"stacker, 11 Id. 347. In the Court of Quarter Sessions of Dauphin County. COMMONWEALTH v. KILWELL. (Vol. III., p. 202, 1855.) Adultery is committed by one ..."

6. The Western Address Directory: Containing the Cards of Merchants by William Gilman Lyford (1837)
"WOODS, stacker & Co. Wholesale Dealers in TENNESSEE IRON AND CASTINGS, No. 75, corner of Prune and Front streets, ..."

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