from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A shepherd whose business it is to take care of the young lambs and ewes at lambing-time.
- noun A ewe when lambing.
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The shanty was kept by a man who went by the name of Thomas, a notorious lamber-down, * as I found out afterwards.
It's a shame that, unlike Strauss, he didn't accept Durham University's offer, but he is still a former St Paul's Cathedral chorister, saxophonist, pianist and now part-time lamber (at the farm of his girlfriend's family).
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