Associations to the word «Spinner»
SPINNER, noun. Agent noun of spin; someone or something who spins.
SPINNER, noun. A conical cover at the center of some aircraft propellers.
SPINNER, noun. (obsolete) The coin thrower in a game of two-up.
SPINNER, noun. (slang) (cinema) Used primarily in the adult film industry, an actress or prostitute with a tiny frame, usually very thin and small-breasted.
SPINNER, noun. (computing) (graphical user interface) An input control for entering a number, with accompanying arrowed buttons that increase or decrease the value.
SPINNER, noun. (cricket) A spin bowler.
SPINNER, noun. (fishing) A type of lure consisting of wire, a rotating blade, a weighted body, and one or more hooks.
SPINNER, noun. An ornamental hubcap that spins independently of the wheel
SPINNER, noun. A goatsucker.
SPINNER, noun. A spinneret.
SPINNER, noun. (Jamaica) A kind of dumpling, shaped by "spinning" it in the hands.
SPINNER DOLPHIN, noun. A species of small dolphin, Stenella longirostris.
SPINNER DOLPHINS, noun. Plural of spinner dolphin
SPINNER WHEEL, noun. A type of hubcap or inner wheel ornament, that spins independently inside of a wheel itself when the vehicle is in motion, and continues to spin once the vehicle has come to a stop.
SPINNER WHEEL, noun. A swivel caster: the combination of a wheel with a swivel joint that allows the wheel to rotate in all directions.
SPINNER, noun. Someone who spins (who twists fibers into threads).
SPINNER, noun. Board game equipment that consists of a dial and an arrow that is spun to determine the next move in the game.
SPINNER, noun. Fisherman's lure; revolves when drawn through the water.
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