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Definition of -Pounder
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- Something or someone weighing so many pounds.
- Something or someone costing so many pounds sterling.
- A cannon firing a projectile of so many pounds.
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Crunch & Des (2014)
Classic Stories of Saltwater Fishing by Philip Wylie
An eight-pounder is a big one. A ten-pounder is enormous. It is an all-silver.
Mist on the River (2011)
An Angler's Quest for Steelhead by Michael Checchio
Steelhead won't grow much over twentyfive pounds; a thirty-pounder is a real event. On the other hand, fly-fishermen have caught a few Atlantic salmon in the fifty- and sixty-pound class. But those were rare fish. Most fly-fishermen will find ...
by Lenny Rudow
50-pounds is the world record mark for pollock, and a 10-pounder is a good fish in anyone's eyes. White hake can get close to this size, with the established record hitting 46-pounds, 4-oz, but fish in this class are few and far between.
by Vin T. Sparano
a 4- or 5-pounder is a very good fish, and ...
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