Definitions

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  • n. The hart in its second year; a young deer

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See knobbler.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A hart or stag in its second year; a brocket.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Other cars had to slow down to avoid a head on - and there were at least 4-cars in front of me that were doing the same speed. he made no progress at all … and that is the type that gets the tickets … Mr Lexus, BMW Mr knobber. on March 9, 2010 at 9: 06 am shijuro christ - how brave are you?

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  • In MY day job I am also a marketing manager, Alex, and I can say from experience that you are an incompetent knobber who knows NOTHING about marketing.

    The Apprentice - week six live blog

  • You got it - it's all about making fun of the woman whose husband got a knobber in the oval office.

    "Who painted it?" asked Hillary Clinton, unaware that "the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe was miraculously imprinted by Mary."

  • When was the last time someone wanted to give you a knobber?

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  • Thanks! gags sport snackers gucci woman www reptil com lee and eddies massage shower head salon spa product harry winston knobber microtoy complete wonderland park collection banana fish poecilia reticulata carboline barbecuing fishing frame platy clam shrimp lantern koi luck knitted car seat blanket patterns true temper - 2006-08-15 16: 01: 54

    Popularity in the 21st Century

  • "The sergeant major picked up a compass, and the knobber didn't have a clue what he was doing with it," Dinger went on.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • In an office belonging to President Noriega he found three million US dollars in cash -- and the knobber actually got on the radio and reported it.

    Bravo-Two-Zero

  • Persons fond of hunting have invented peculiar terms by which the objects of their pursuit are characterized: thus the stag is called, the first year, a calf, or hind-calf; the second, a knobber; the third, a brock; the fourth, a staggard; the fifth, a stag; and the sixth, a hart.

    The Book of Household Management

  • And only to think now of the wonderful effect that there had upon her; with that very pot she gives the fellow as was standing treat a knobber on the head as lasted him three weeks.

    Varney the vampire; or, The feast of blood. Volume 2

  • No, the knobber was doing "doughnuts" on a public road, why shouldn't they give him a hard time, just because he's Lewis Hamilton?

    Army Rumour Service

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