Definitions

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  • noun A person who extracts gum from wild or cultivated trees

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Examples

  • It comes with a pamphlet telling the story of Eduardo, a Guatemalan chiclero who "has found a good way of earning money without chopping down any trees."

    Green Gifts That Keep Giving

  • It comes with a pamphlet telling the story of Eduardo, a Guatemalan chiclero who "has found a good way of earning money without chopping down any trees."

    Avital Binshtock: Green Gifts That Keep Giving

  • It comes with a pamphlet telling the story of Eduardo, a Guatemalan chiclero who "has found a good way of earning money without chopping down any trees."

    Avital Binshtock: Green Gifts That Keep Giving

  • Not long ago a chiclero said instead of sending Mayan artifacts out of the country, leave them alone where they are and bring the tourists in to see them.

    SERPENT

  • The chiclero had squirmed out of his hastily tied bonds.

    SERPENT

  • “The chiclero killed himself,” he explained patiently.

    SERPENT

  • The chiclero began to shout in rapid-fire Spanish despite the warnings of Morales to shut his mouth.

    SERPENT

  • Trout would have liked to see if Ruiz had more information to offer, although from what the chiclero recounted he was at the bottom of the smuggling totem pole.

    SERPENT

  • A chiclero leaned out to push off and discovered Newton was right when he said every action had a reaction.

    SERPENT

  • Behind him was the chiclero leader Gamay had named Pancho.

    SERPENT

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