pearler


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pearl·er

 (pûr′lər)
n.
1. A pearl diver.
2. A boat engaged in seeking or trading pearls.

pearler

(ˈpɜːlə)
n
1. a person who dives for or trades in pearls
2. a boat used while searching for pearls
3. informal Austral something impressive: that shot was a real pearler.
adj
informal Austral excellent; pleasing
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pearler - a diver who searches for molluscs containing pearlspearler - a diver who searches for molluscs containing pearls
diver, frogman, underwater diver - someone who works underwater
References in classic literature ?
There was a club in those days in Papeete, where the pearlers, traders, captains, and riffraff of South Sea adventurers forgathered.
Eubank caught Groves with a pearler of a right at the start of the third before they swept into each other, with Eubank coming off worse, suffering that cut above his right eye.
Derby's second at Ipswich was a 25-yard pearler - and Winnall admits it was the finest he has ever struck.
Nantlle Vale took the lead against the run of play through Gavin Edwards, but Llandyrnog United stormed back to record a 5-1 triumph, Dion Jones firing in a long range pearler before Luke Appleby (2), Dan Porter and Mark Roberts put the hosts out of sight.
Woods crowned a dream performance by scoring a last-minute pearler to seal victory on a night when the Bees made it nine games unbeaten - but stuttering Leeds suffered their fourth defeat in a row.
At times the density of detail makes it difficult to follow the intricate lines of peripatetic capitalists--the "Pearl Kings"--and the individual Indonesian pearler, while promising subsections, such as "Symbolic Links," leave the reader wanting more (46).
Matt Salisbury began his Hampshire debut with a pearler to get rid of Sam Hain, as the ball came in and then nicked away to catch his edge behind.
Lambert made a brilliant pass around Wright in heat seven to take up a solid lead, but behind, Jake Allen took an almighty pearler on the second bend of the fourth lap to be excluded in the Newcastle 4-2.
56 mins - GOAL - Boro have their second and it's Uruguay international Ramirez again who receives the ball just inside the box and curls a right-footed pearler, which is guided into the far corner via a deflection.
Stephen Pearson sent Johnson scampering down the right and the wideman cut in before drilling a left foot pearler past Cerny.
McGeady's only goal for Everton was a pearler, against Leicester City on the opening day of last season, and his creativity has created goals against West Ham and Chelsea in the league, and against Lille in the Europa League, where his trickery also won a penalty against Wolfsburg.
The Americans, though, deservedly levelled in the 64th minute as Jones produced a pearler of a right - footed shot from outside the area, leaving Beto rooted to the spot.