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  • n. Plural form of gummer.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gummer.


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  • The "gummers" who collect spruce gum in the north woods and the trappers and all of the hermit class of woodsmen frequently come home to their little shack with their hands full of traps or with game on their shoulders, and consequently they want to have a door which may be opened without the necessity of dropping their load, and so they use a foot latch.

    Shelters, Shacks and Shanties

  • Do all you bubble gummers think one black man as president can CHANGE everything?

    McCain criticizes Bush administration on Katrina response

  • And we're not going on with the friends we have here -- Mrs. Baker, and the Girl, and the other envelope-gummers.

    The Lee Shore

  • Two forms of traditional bearpaw snowshoes developed; an eastern version used by "spruce gummers" consisting of an oval frame with wooden cross braces, and a western version with a rounded triangular frame and no wooden bracing.


  • "Wow, it's about time the Sun realized that older women are sexier than bubble-gummers, anytime," says Zora.

    Toronto Sun

  • At a recent Gardnerville Town Board meeting the seniors of Douglas County were referred to as "old gummers."

    The Record-Courier - Top Stories

  • Better look out or you'll git throwed in with the gummers and shipped afore you know it! "

    The Fighting Shepherdess


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