Definitions

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  • n. one which holes, perforates etc.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In mining, one who undercuts the coal-seam, generally for two or three feet inward (but sometimes for as much as four or even five), with a light pick, and then by driving in wedges breaks away the parts that have been holed.
  • n. A ribald; a rake; a scoundrel.

Etymologies

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to hole (from a hole) + -er

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