crapper

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Noun[edit]

crapper (plural crappers)

  1. (dated) A water closet containing a flushable toilet, especially a toilet fixture identified "T. Crapper", a well known Victorian-era English engineer and plumbing installer, Thomas Crapper.
  2. (slang) A flush toilet, a commode.
  3. A privy, an outhouse.

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Adjective[edit]

crapper

  1. comparative form of crap: more crap