micher

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From Middle English micher, müchere, müchare, equivalent to mich +‎ -er. More at mitch.

Noun[edit]

micher (plural michers)

  1. One who goes sneaking about for dishonest or improper purposes; one who skulks, or keeps out of sight; a pander or go-between.
  2. A thief; especially a secret or petty thief.
  3. One who feigns poverty.
  4. A truant; one who is absent without permission.

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micher (third-person singular simple present michers, present participle michering, simple past and past participle michered)

  1. (intransitive) To sneak.

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