Definitions

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

  • noun a person whose duty is to throw troublemakers out of a bar or public meeting; a bouncer{5}.

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  • noun a person whose duty is to throw troublemakers out of a bar or public meeting

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Examples

  • I thought to see your other chucker-out today, Miss Higgins.

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  • Delight nodded to the chucker-out standing just behind her.

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  • Delight nodded to the chucker-out standing just behind her.

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  • She nodded toward the chucker-out, still shadowing her every move.

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  • Worth not summoning my chucker-out to finish the flogging that seems to have been started aboard my ship?

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  • I thought to see your other chucker-out today, Miss Higgins.

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  • New lad this, brawny enough but young and without that air of menace as hung about the chucker-out as used to be here.

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  • Worth not summoning my chucker-out to finish the flogging that seems to have been started aboard my ship?

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  • She nodded toward the chucker-out, still shadowing her every move.

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  • New lad this, brawny enough but young and without that air of menace as hung about the chucker-out as used to be here.

    City of Glory

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  • a bouncer (Brit. slang)

    July 31, 2009