from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. one who pumps something
- n. Steroids or other drugs taken to improve blood flow and increase muscular size.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who pumps; the instrument or machine used in pumping.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which pumps.
- n. A mineral-oil well from which the oil must be pumped up, as distinguished from one from which the oil issues in a natural jet.
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This truck which my brothers later told me is called a pumper showed up one morning with a cement mixer.
So she tried something else: she went to a so-called pumper, a person who illegally injects silicone to modify the body.
I love trucks and thought that "pumper" was just the cat's meow.
My name is Wendy and I have been a diabetic for 21 years and I have been a "pumper" since September!
In the meantime, pumper trucks, normally used to pour concrete, are spraying tons of water on the exposed used fuel rods.
He is another typical nutbag repug without ideas to make anything better and a proud pumper of lies and racist rants.
Until the system comes back online, Tepco plans to continue its operation to pump seawater into the reactor and the storage pool holding spent fuel, using pumper trucks.
Better yet, as time went by, I became a “double pumper” and could do both breasts at once!
To assist in its broader cooling operations, Tepco said it will next month introduce several unmanned, long-armed pumper trucks normally used for pouring concrete into high-rise buildings.
The wildfire destroyed 476 homes, and about 250 firefighters were working around the clock, using bulldozers and pumper trucks against the fire, Bastrop County Judge Ronnie McDonald said.