American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that races or takes part in a race.
- n. A vehicle used in racing.
- n. Any of various fast-moving North American snakes of the genus Coluber.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who races; a runner or contestant in a race or in races of any kind.
- n. A race-horse.
- n. Hence, anything having great speed.
- n. In a braiding-machine, a traversing support for tension and spool-holding apparatus.
- n. A snake of the genus Scotophis (or Coluber), S. obsoletus, also called pilot black-snake or pilot-snake, It is black, with a mottled black and yellow belly, and has the median dorsal scales carinated.
- n. A snake, Bascanion constrictor, the common black-snake of the eastern United States. It is blue or blue-black, with greenish-blue belly, and has smooth scales.
- n. A poor, thin, or spent fish; a slink: applied to mackerel, shad, salmon, etc.
- n. A sandcrab. See Ocypoda
- n. Same as race-plate.
- n. In the Southern States, applied to the corn-snake, Callopeltis getulus, a large harmless snake of a reddish-brown color with redder markings.
- n. Someone who takes part in a race.
- n. A racehorse.
- n. An animal known for its fast speed, or suitable for racing; applied especially to a number of North American snakes, certain kinds of lake trout, etc.
- n. A vehicle or other device used for racing.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, races, or contends in a race; esp., a race horse.
- n. (Zoöl.) The common American black snake.
- n. (Mil.) One of the circular iron or steel rails on which the chassis of a heavy gun is turned.
- n. a fast car that competes in races
- n. an animal that races
- n. someone who drives racing cars at high speeds
- n. slender fast-moving North American snakes
- From race + -er. (Wiktionary)
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“This bandy-legged, sawed-off little rat racer is awfully interesting in its own right.”
“An electric drag racer is just a cordless drill with wheels, enthusiasts joke.”
“But the Christian racer is at no such uncertainty.”
“(Though I know of one person who has been tricked into clicking a headline containing a sole keyword-'racer'-that, as she put it, "seemed like it was going to be about Lance Armstrong, but wasn't.")”
“The great speed racer is well for everyone, the past, the present, even if you weren't a fan like me you know deep down the film looks wicked. some say it looks too cartoonish hell thats the point and the first trailer sucked but did u see the others, i hope so then you would understand what im saying. finally hell boy 2. show looks awesome, giant monsters, selma blair on fire and big frickin guns, im down with that. darrin on Apr 23, 2008”
“Decades later this racer, which is on display at Mercedes' Stuttgart museum, is still an icon.”
“Driving the racer is a cross between driving a supersonic Formula 1 McLaren and maneouvering a sail boat on a windy day.”
“That a race-horse owner goes nowadays to the astrologer for a horoscope of his racer is a fact that insinuatingly elevates the beast to the plane of his master.”
“But watch de cloud a-sailin 'lak a racer on de track,”
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