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Definition of "limmer" [lim•mer]

  • A rogue; a low, base fellow. (noun)
  • A promiscuous woman. (noun)
  • A limehound; a leamer. (noun)
  • A mongrel, such as a cross between the mastiff and hound. (noun)
  • A manrope at the side of a ladder. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "limmer" in a sentence
  • "“What signifies what we, were, ye street-raking limmer!” she exclaimed, pushing her daughter before her to the door, with no gentle degree of violence."
  • "It wad be sair news to the auld wife below the Ben of Stuckavrallachan, that you, ye Hieland limmer, had knockit out my harns, or that I had kilted you up in a tow."
  • "‘It was all owing to you, you limmer,’ said the vulgar woman to the other; ‘had you not interfered, the old man would soon have settled the boy.’"