A fish, such as the lake trout, that lives in a lake.(noun)
A ship used on lakes.(noun)
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Use "laker" in a sentence
"Orion: That was indeed a Champlain laker that came from down around Kingsland Bay."
"Supporters note that the new lock, which enjoys bipartisan support, would be built to serve the "laker" fleet."
"Years in the making, the proposal is coming to a head as Great Lakes legislators, including Minnesota's Jim Oberstar, work furiously behind the scenes to temporarily exempt many of the inland "laker" vessels that transport the region's grains and ore."