from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See peeler.


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  • You have knocked the journalists of Wales into a cocked hat with that pealer.

    So What's New

  • And winn again, blaguadargoos, or lues the day, plays goat, the banshee pealer, if moskats knows whoss whizz, the great day and the druidful day come San

    Finnegans Wake

  • Where is that blinketey blanketer, that quound of a pealer, the sunt of a hunt whant foxes good men!

    Finnegans Wake

  • She was spoken of with applause under such titles as "a staver," "a pealer," "a roarer to work"; and Sol himself had an awful sense of responsibility to her in this regard.

    Oldtown Folks

  • "I declar, if that ar dog an't a pealer!" said Ben.

    Dred; A Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp. Vol. I

  • Someone should take a potato pealer to his weiner and than dip it in iodine ..

    Think Progress

  • Still acting as though you have more relevance than a potato pealer.


  • - shave the carrots into ribbons with the veg pealer instead of chopping

    End of winter carrot and raisin salad | Homesick Texan

  • Bile me up for soap, if that an't a pealer,” exclaimed the delighted woman, giving a kind of chuckling grin both to the Master and Margaret.



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