lamister

/lam"i steuhr/, n. Slang.
lamster.

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  • lamster — n. lamister, fugitive, person who is a runaway from the law …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lamsters — n. lamister, fugitive, person who is a runaway from the law …   English contemporary dictionary

  • lam|is|ter — «LAM uh stuhr», noun. Slang. a person who is escaping or hiding from the law; escaped convict; fugitive: »The Irish law was already so well publicized…that every major British lamister had long since flown the coop (Time). Also, lamster. ╂[<… …   Useful english dictionary

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