from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- 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.
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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?
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.
You got it - it's all about making fun of the woman whose husband got a knobber in the oval office.
When was the last time someone wanted to give you a knobber?
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"The sergeant major picked up a compass, and the knobber didn't have a clue what he was doing with it," Dinger went on.
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.
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.
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.
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?