croucher

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

crouch +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

croucher (plural crouchers)

  1. Agent noun of crouch: one who crouches.
    • 1918?, Edwin L. Sabin, General Crook and the Fighting Apaches
      The little group examined the track, there was short muttering; then the crouchers relaxed and quit, and waited.
    • 1954, Anthony Buckeridge, According to Jennings
      His voice sounded unpleasantly close to the crouchers within the cubicle.