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pecker

Line breaks: peck¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈpɛkə
 
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Definition of pecker in English:

noun

North American vulgar slang

Phrases

keep your pecker up

1
British informal Remain cheerful.
[pecker probably in the sense 'beak, bill']
Example sentences
  • He slapped Hector spiffingly on the back as if to say Buck up, keep your pecker up, that's the spirit, wipe the floor with em.
  • Keep your pecker up - prison food isn't as bad you you think.

Words that rhyme with pecker

Becker, checker, Cheka, chequer, Dekker, exchequer, Flecker, mecca, Neckar, Necker, Quebecker, Rebecca, Rijeka, trekker, weka, wrecker

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