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booker Line breaks: book¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈbʊkə/

Definition of booker in English:

noun

A person employed to engage performers for a theatre or similar: the club’s talent bookers
More example sentences
  • He promised everyone would get their money and, taking over Leslie's financial responsibilities got him a job with a booker for a theatre chain.
  • At this point it's a safe bet the talk show's talent bookers aren't holding a space.
  • The talent booker muttered, ‘Well, that would be a refreshing change.’

Words that rhyme with booker

cooker, hookah, hooker, looker, Sukkur

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