Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In rail-laying, a workman who drives the spikes.

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Examples

  • A small robocraft called a spiker, one of several controlled by the mothership, would then fly up and zap the errant iceberg in a calculated pattern, producing jets of superheated steam that would thrust it into a safer orbit.

    Perseus Spur

  • I thought 'spiker' was a good choice and I even put out a plug for it in one my posts.

    The Speculist: Name Wanted

  • A power play where the spiker launches into a backflip before meeting the ball with his foot at the highest point of its arc.

    Paul Dodson: Football Mutations

  • The shorter and spiker and more shaved your hair is, the harsher it makes you look, as you age.

    Alfred Augustus Glendening 1861-1903

  • Ben is the setter who thinks of the game as chess, Chon is the spiker who goes for the kill.

    Savages

  • I played recreational volleyball two different periods, in past years, and was a terrific “spiker” at the net.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive

  • Ben is the setter who thinks of the game as chess, Chon is the spiker who goes for the kill.

    Savages

  • I played recreational volleyball two different periods, in past years, and was a terrific “spiker” at the net.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive

  • I played recreational volleyball two different periods, in past years, and was a terrific “spiker” at the net.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive

  • A spiker would step over to the next animal and spike it, too.

    Kook

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