American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal Variant of gator.
“My dad was a gater hunter back in the 50's and early 60's.”
“We would gater for community ball games, football, baseball, softball and basketball.”
“Shoot when we say we eat everything we kill by god we mean it gator tail and frog legs are about the best food their is down here by the way gater tail taste just like cat fish and frog logs taste just like (not kidding) chicken. oh yea MR. Heavey im sendin you your book to get it signed tomorrow.”
“Also the gater with the deer in his jaws looks to me to be about a 12 or 13 footer.”
“My dad was an old gater hunter in Lake coflorida before they banned it in the early 60's.”
“I have an E-mail with pics titled "Why I don't swim in Florida's lakes" shows big gater with deer in mouth from above and dead gater with game warden.”
“February 10, 2008 at 10:25 am lil gater iz de bess”
“Sumtiems teh pikchures doo hav a purrpose odder tahn beeing reelee funnee – an this sweet mama gater taiking her babbeh gator to hiz furst day at skool iz gibbing uz awl the warm fuzziez.”
“Smammie – ai doo nawt no ene gater danses fur yoo -nor ene pomes.”
“But, don't just go for the music, the food fair offers classic New Orleans cuisine from famous Po 'Boys sandwiches to fried' gater with onions.”
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