Definitions

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  • n. A fugitive from justice.

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Examples

  • FOUND in Woodbridge, Virginia: John Picciano, the wandering lamster and chief of staff for New York's about-to-be-imprisoned 40th police commissioner, Bernard Bailey Kerik.

    Len Levitt: Kelly and Cohen: The End of the Line

  • The nightstand held a stack of yesterday's papers folded open to "Werewolf Murder" brouhaha; suddenly I _knew_ the Martin girl was a lamster.

    White Jazz

  • "zone_info": "huffpost. books/blog; books = 1; nickname = mark-lamster; entry_id = 327645; @yentertainment = 1; @ylifestyle = 1; @ypolitics = 1; art = 1; barack-obama = 1; belgian-painters = 1; belgium = 1; european-painters = 1; flanders = 1; new-books = 1; obama = 1; painters = 1; painting = 1; peter-paul-rubens = 1; politics = 1; president = 1; president-obama = 1; rubens = 1",

    Mark Lamster: Lessons for the President on the Art of Diplomacy

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