What is another word for whacker?

72 synonyms found


[ wˈakə], [ wˈakə], [ w_ˈa_k_ə]

The word "whacker" is often used in various contexts and has different synonyms depending on its meaning. In the context of a tool, it can be referred to as a "mallet," "hammer," or "sledgehammer." In sports, particularly in golf, "whacker" can be used interchangeably with "club" or "driver." In informal contexts, it can be a synonym for "crazy," "fanatic," or "enthusiast." In military jargon, "whacker" can be used to describe a member of a special operations unit. In some countries, "whacker" may be a derogatory term used to describe someone who is deemed unprofessional in their profession, such as a firefighter who mishandles equipment during an emergency.

How to use "Whacker" in context?

When it comes to gardening tools, there are a few different types of whackers around. Whether you are looking for a small hand held tool to cut aweed or chamisa, or you need a bigger machine to do the job the right way, there is a whacker out there for you.

What is a whacker?

A whacker is a gardening tool used to cut weeds and/or chamisa. They come in different sizes, shapes and configurations, but all take the same basic approach: a blade that swings back and forth.

Why use a whacker over a hoe?

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