from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A vessel in which something is pounded, or something used in pounding
- n. A gun capable of firing a specified weight of shot
- n. Something that weighs a specified number of pounds
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, pounds, as a stamp in an ore mill.
- n. An instrument used for pounding; a pestle.
- n. A person or thing, so called with reference to a certain number of pounds in value, weight, capacity, etc..
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A thing or person weighing a specified number of pounds: only in composition, with a numeral; specifically, of artillery, a gun that discharges a missile of the specified weight: thus, a 64-pounder is a cannon firing balls weighing each 64 pounds.
- n. A person who promises or pays a specified number of pounds sterling.
- n. Before the passing of the Reform Act of 1867 the term ten-pounders was applied in Great Britain to those paying the lowest amount of yearly rent (£10) entitling them to vote in parliamentary elections in cities and boroughs.
- n. A kind of pear, supposed to weigh a pound.
- n. A pound-keeper.
- n. One who pounds.
- n. An instrument for pounding.
- n. A pestle.
- n. The beater of a fulling-mill.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (used only in combination) something weighing a given number of pounds
- n. a heavy tool of stone or iron (usually with a flat base and a handle) that is used to grind and mix material (as grain or drugs or pigments) against a slab of stone
The 6-foot-7, 210-pounder is expected to be a major inside presence for the Redhawks when he's healthy.
The 24 pounder from the Battery gave a still more powerful repercussion, —
-- The 5-foot-10, 194-pounder is among the players Fresno State targeted to help the Bulldogs contend with the increasing number of spread teams it plays.
The 6-foot-5, 255-pounder is a hidden gem with his size and strength.
Four-star recruit Jason Morris, a 6-4, 190-pounder from the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Conn., is rated the No. 18 small forward in the nation by Scout. com.
A 502 pounder is my biggest, it was the first bear I ever shot ...
The 6-6, 290-pounder is an outstanding athlete, having earned nine letters in high school. —
-- OL Robert Lisowski, Union, New Jersey -- A season at Fork Union Military Academy has given Lisowski a year to grow and mature as a blocker, and the 6-3, 305-pounder is expected to contend for a position on the depth chart right away.
-- The 6-5, 285-pounder is a natural fit for Tech's option attack.
-- The 6-foot, 273-pounder is a bit small for an interior lineman, but he overcomes that with quick hands and a quick first step that enables him to beat blocks.