Part of speech: noun

One who fishes; a fisherman.

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Usage examples "fisher":

  1. He had even made a resolve, half dreamy and of altogether improbable execution, to do something for the fisher fellow. - "Malcolm", George MacDonald.
  2. Our column had halted at Winchester until daylight the next morning, when they rapidly pressed on; the enemy were at this time on Fisher Hill, twenty- two miles from Winchester; the troops halted at nine o'clock at Newton for breakfast. - "Campaign of the Fourteenth Regiment New Jersey Volunteers", J. Newton Terrill.
  3. So they refused, and Henry cut off the heads of two of the best- Bishop Fisher and Sir Thomas More- though they had been his great friends. - "Young Folks' History of England", Charlotte M. Yonge.