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a workman who uses a tool for scratching
a person who scratches to relieve an itch
a device used for scratching
A piece of equipment used for scratching a part of one's body.
Someone who scratches.
A scratch card
A bed. (etymology: rhyming slang, rhymes with "scratch your head") usage references: )
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
He that scratches.
Etymology: from scratch.
one who, or that which, scratches; specifically (Zool.), any rasorial bird
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The numerical value of scratcher in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of scratcher in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of scratcher in a Sentence
It feels like markets want to move higher even though there is no real reason for us to pay more. Its a head scratcher.
Folks are waiting for the Fed today for some sort of guidance, but it's a head-scratcher that there's nothing that can hold this market down, there are not a lot of places to put money right now in a low-interest rate environment.
This as another indicator the Nokia acquisition was a $7 billion head-scratcher deal that remains an overhang for Microsoft, nadella inherited this headache, now he is trying to make the best of a bad acquisition.
It's a head-scratcher for sure, it's hard to find a logical reason for removing such a critical and relatively inexpensive sensor from the vehicle.
pound for pound, the best one of the bunch, a fighter, scratcher, pit bull, she can nail ‘em to the floor in one second flat, her body’s beautiful, but her mind’s a work of art, whirling madly, twisting and turning, she’s a REAL woman and she won’t let you forget it
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