battler
Pronunciation
  • (British) IPA: /ˈbæt.lə(ɹ)/
Noun

battler (plural battlers)

  1. One who wages battle against an enemy; a soldier; a general.
  2. (Australian, dated) An itinerant worker or unemployed person.
    • 1900, Henry Lawson, The Shanty-Keeper′s Wife, Over the Sliprails, Gutenberg eBook # 1313 ↗,
      “But look here!” interrupted the Pilgrim, desperately, “we can′t afford to wait! We′re only ‘battlers’, me and my mate, pickin′ up crumbs by the wayside. We′ve got to catch the——”
  3. One who who works hard in the face of adversity.
Noun

battler (plural battlers)

  1. Alternative form of batteler



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