Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who milks.
- n. An apparatus for milking cows mechanically.
- n. A cow or other animal that gives milk: usually with a qualifying term.
- n. a dairy cow
- n. a person who, or a machine which, milks
- n. a conservative poker player who only raises the stakes on a good hand
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who milks; also, a mechanical apparatus for milking cows.
- n. A cow or other animal that gives milk.
- n. cattle that are reared for their milk
“The cadence of an efficient milker is almost like a good, strong heartbeat.”
“Thought Tommy Graham (ex MP for West Renfrewshire and expenses milker par excellence) worth protecting?”
“If so, they would know that they could not entice a picker, shaker or milker from the unemployment lines in any city.”
“A hard worker who knew her way round an automatic milker.”
“I have several people who would like to apply for the job of milker please.”
“She was half Jersey, and half Holstein, a heavy milker.”
“According to her records she was a good milker, giving forty pounds—a little less than five gallons—of milk per day, which made her a steady, if not spectacular, producer.”
“Another proves to be an exceedingly balky milker, creating all sorts of frustrations.”
“Jean-Benoit Rault, 40, a dairyman in Normandy, had to put down his entire herd of 75 milk cows, heifers and calves after Idole, a 7-year-old milker born on the farm, tested positive for BSE in late June.”
“My kids are both older than age now, but I will say that I was a milker blessed with two good sleepers.”
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