stumper
Noun

stumper (plural stumpers)

  1. One who stumps, or speaks, or orates, as a politician.
    He's not yet well known, but he's a good stumper.
  2. (informal) A difficult puzzle or problem.
    Global warming is a real stumper.
  3. (archaic, slang) A boastful person.



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