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Definition of "lacker" [lack•er]

  • One who is lacking. (noun)
  • Obsolete spelling of lacquer. (noun)
  • Obsolete spelling of lacquer. (verb)

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Use "lacker" in a sentence
  • "a kind of lacker; and, on other occasions, they use a strong size, or gluey substance, to fasten their things together."
  • "Though Nixon lacked vision, or lacker of vision lost to Nixon."
  • "Varnish made exactly as before, but observe, that those who make lackers frequently want some paler and some darker and sometimes inclining more to the particular tint of certain of the component ingredients; therefore if a 4 oz. vial of a strong solution of each ingredient be prepared, a lacker of any tint can be prepared at any time as by changing varnish."