from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. livestock that is wintered and then sold in the spring
- n. stock car; a car used for racing but without significant alteration since its production by the manufacturer
- n. One who crafts gun stocks
- n. One who stocks shelves with inventory
- n. one who supplies raw material to a machine
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who makes or fits stocks, as of guns or gun carriages, etc.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A workman who makes or fits gun-stocks.
- n. One who is employed in the felling and grubbing up of trees.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a domestic animal (especially a young steer or heifer) kept as stock until fattened or matured and suitable for a breeding establishment
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I'm usually pretty good about marking the date and species on all sealed fish, but this 12-inch brown trout, no doubt a local stocker, is anonymous and apparently slipped out of view during cold storage.
We have outlined four different stages that will take your stocker from a standard issue 4×4 to a “built to the hilt” utility machine that breathes fire (not really, but darn close).
Nearby, you’ll find a towering bin, called a stocker, filled with wafers waiting to be processed by this equipment.
Cool catch, although I wonder if that fish was a recent stocker, if it went for powerbait?
The poorest person (me) gets a college education and rather than earning $10,000 as a shelf-stocker earns $20,000 as a secretary – admittedly boring and an underutilization of my skills, but a job nonetheless.
Does that mean we can expect a new Ri-Ri album as a stocking stocker this holiday season?
You worked in retail chain stores (Kresge, a drug store chain, Marshalls as a night stocker) for most of your life and to pretend otherwise is side-spittingly hilarious.
If you are fishing stocker rainbows then power bait fished on the bottom works all over the nation.
Caught this stocker in a river that practically nobody fishes in the summer months.
It was either a small stocker, or may have actually hatched (I can't remember if the Manistee supports natural reproduction of trout).