striker

Part of speech: noun

A person who strikes, especially an employee who leaves his work in consequence of a stirke. See STRIKE, n.

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Usage examples "striker":

  1. The wife of a Russian striker had her husband arrested because he had burned her clothes in order to prevent her returning to the mill. - "The Dwelling Place of Light, Complete", Winston Churchill Last Updated: March 5, 2009.
  2. " We sometimes play a mild game of draw here, sir," said downright Brayton, " which accounts for the appearance of things; but my striker can clean it up in ten minutes, and you are most welcome." - "A Trooper Galahad", Charles King.
  3. In order to expand his knowledge of English- of which, by the way, he was inordinately proud- Jacket had volunteered to serve as O'Reilly's striker, and the result had been a fast friendship. - "Rainbow's End", Rex Beach.