Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who rides a bicycle.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who rides a bicycle.

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  • noun rare Bicyclist, cyclist.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a person who rides a bicycle

Etymologies

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bicycle +‎ -er

Examples

  • I am a regular (not frequent, but once a week or so) bicycler to Ballard.

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  • For the occasion, Michelle went biker -- er, bicycler chic, in a blue tank top, khaki shorts and some new kicks.

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  • For the occasion, Michelle went biker -- er, bicycler chic, in a blue tank top, khaki shorts and some new kicks.

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  • Throw those bicycler riff raff something while I'm outa town!

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  • HAGAN: It ` s somebody who is determined to come back from some terrible tragedy, it reminds me of anything like, you know, Lance Armstrong, gets cancer, beats it, and then goes on to be this world champion, you know, bicycler.

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  • The officials decided on a new strategy, based on the idea that trying to track down anyone who was constantly in motion, as a bicycler would be, in a place like Venice was impossible: they would attempt to limit the means of motion.

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  • The officials decided on a new strategy, based on the idea that trying to track down anyone who was constantly in motion, as a bicycler would be, in a place like Venice was impossible: they would attempt to limit the means of motion.

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  • The murmurs would die away, and then rise again, and from time to time we knew that a baffled bicycler was pulling at our door, or vainly bumping against it.

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  • By taking myself firmly in hand, and saying, "It was yonder to the left where I met my kind bicycler, and we vainly communed of my evanescent battle-field," and so keeping on, I got safely to the station with nothing more romantic in my experience than a thrilling apprehension.

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  • How different they were from the kind bicycler, or the gentleman in the dog-cart, or either one of the farm-wives who sorrowed so civilly not to know where my lost battle-field was!

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