Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which twitches.
- n. plural Small pincers.
- n. An instrument used for clinching hog-rings.
- n. Someone or something that twitches.
- n. An eager birdwatcher who is willing to travel long distances to see rare species.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, twitches.
“In the same way that a sprinter is an athlete, but an athlete is not necessarily a sprinter, a twitcher is a birdwatcher, but a birdwatcher is not necessarily a twitcher.”
“Dozens of 'twitcher' couples have entered a contest for "the best birdwatchers 'jobs in the world" on one of Britain's most isolated islands.”
“The arduous journey to see the small seabirds demands more than a birdwatcher's interest - it requires the tenacity of a "twitcher," someone who travels far to find rare birds.”
“Mark, who as well as being a highly skilled conservator and connoisseur of Latin American dancing is also a dedicated twitcher, knew what I meant.”
“It was one of those things where you see the first proto, and you go: 'Oooh…' I call it a nose twitcher.”
“The keen twitcher braved the elements to spread a few handfuls of bird seed in her back garden and on the front communal lawn outside her bungalow, as she has done for the last 20 years.”
“I might add that my English brother-in-law, an expert twitcher, insists that they are not robins at all.”
“Liz Henthorn, 66, a retired nurse who is one of 120 "Street Hawk" volunteers in Enfield, north London, openly describes herself as a "curtain twitcher" but insists she is not snooping on anyone.”
“I was an avid twitcher until i got sent here by one of their links and I fell in love.”
“Down came the Scots, and they were cut up at Flodden, by Surrey, later made Duke of Norfolk: the Norfolk that was then, not the Norfolk that is now, that sinewy little twitcher constantly twitching toward his advantage.”
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