Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of netter.

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Examples

  • And for the finale, the crew travels to Kashmir, finding fat rainbows, professional 'netters' and a whole lotta paperwork.

    Michael Gracie

  • And for the finale, the crew travels to Kashmir, finding fat rainbows, professional 'netters' and a whole lotta paperwork.

    Michael Gracie

  • Butterfly netters supposedly catch mammoth mosquitoes with eagle claws.

    Bugs of San Blas

  • They scored four goals while he was on the ice - including empty-netters by Michal Handzus and Anze Kopitar in the final 40 seconds - and got their other goal while Ovechkin was in the penalty box.

    USATODAY.com

  • Ms. Rodriguez and Megan Rapinoe both missed empty-netters, and Ms. Rapinoe skied another shot over the goal before the two combined for a score in the 40th minute.

    U.S. Women Clinch World Cup Berth, Finally

  • I missed a few open-netters tonight so it was nice to get that one, '' Arnott said.

    USATODAY.com

  • Butterfly netters supposedly catch mammoth mosquitoes with eagle claws.

    Bugs of San Blas

  • I voted for a republican for the first time in a long while b/c our Demo gov candidate is right in bed with the netters and the Repub gov candidate has already spoken against nets.

    Did Flyfishing Influence Your Vote?

  • Though illegal in the United States, the Mexican netters often cross into the Texas side to fish, playing an endless hide-and-seek with Texas game wardens.

    Mexican pirates attack Texas fishermen on Falcon Lake, which straddles border

  • We scored three, four, five goals on empty-netters. ''

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