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hook·er1 / ˈhoŏkər/ • n. 1. inf. a prostitute. 2. Rugby the player in the middle of the front row of the scrum, who tries to hook the ball. hook·er2 • n. a one-masted sailboat of a kind used esp. in Ireland for fishing. ∎ inf. Naut. an old boat. hook·er3 • n. inf. a glass or drink of undiluted brandy, whiskey, or other liquor.

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