mouser

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mous·er

 (mou′zər, -sər)
n.
An animal, especially a cat, that catches mice.

mouser

(ˈmaʊzə; ˈmaʊsə)
n
(Animals) a cat or other animal that is used to catch mice: usually qualified: a good mouser.

mous•er

(ˈmaʊ zər)

n.
an animal that catches mice.
[1350–1400]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mouser - a cat proficient at mousing
domestic cat, Felis catus, Felis domesticus, house cat - any domesticated member of the genus Felis
Translations

mouser

[ˈmaʊsəʳ] Ncazador m de ratones

mouser

nMäusefänger(in) m(f), → Mäusejäger(in) m(f)

mouser

[ˈmaʊzəʳ] n (cat) → cacciatore m di topi
References in classic literature ?
The truth is, as the sagacious Sir Roger L'Estrange observes, in his deep reflections, that, "if we shut Nature out at the door, she will come in at the window; and that puss, though a madam, will be a mouser still.
There are lots of people who are not as friendly and gentlemanly as Paddy was, and he was a great mouser.
We are excited to expand our partnership with Mouser from North America to Global, to leverage Mousers global reach to design engineers who are looking for ultra-high reliability interconnect solutions, Robert Kleinschmidt, AirBorns SVP of Sales & Marketing.