See also: -pounder

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Etymology 1Edit

pound(verb) +‎ -er(agent suffix)

NounEdit

pounder ‎(plural pounders)

  1. A vessel in which something is pounded, or something used in pounding

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Etymology 2Edit

pound(measure of weight) +‎ -er

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pounder ‎(plural pounders)

  1. (only in combination) A gun capable of firing a specified weight of shot
  2. (only in combination) Something that weighs a specified number of pounds
    • 1970, Field & Stream (volume 75, number 7, page 76)
      "Okay, that's a keeper," Harold said as he netted the 3-pounder and put him on a stringer over the side of the boat.
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