POSSER

Etymology

Noun

posser (plural possers)

(UK) A tool for possing, or agitating laundry in a tub. It usually takes the form a bell shape or a circular plate with holes and vertical handle attached at the centre.

Synonym: dolly

(archaic) One who posses.

Anagrams

• Sopers, Speros, posers, presos, proses, sopers, spores

Source: Wiktionary



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