Comber meaning

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One, such as a machine or a worker, that combs something, such as wool.
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A long wave that has reached its peak or broken into foam; a breaker.
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A person or thing that combs, as wool, flax, etc.
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A large wave that rolls over or breaks on a beach, reef, etc.
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A person who combs wool, etc.
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A machine that combs wool, etc.
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A long, curving wave breaking on the shore.
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Serranus cabrilla, the gaper, a fish found in European waters.
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A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Thomas Comber (1837-1902).
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Origin of comber

  • comb +‎ -er

    From Wiktionary