As nouns the difference between peele and peeler
is that peele
is a kind of antelope, the rhebok while peeler
is (british|slang|dated) a police officer or peeler
can be a person whose job it is to peel fruit or vegetable produce.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
A kind of antelope, the rhebok.
From the surname of , who established the Irish constabulary and London's police force; compare (bobby), from the given name.
(British, slang, dated) A police officer.
* 1892 , Banjo Paterson, :
- A peeler man who heard the din came in to see the show;
- He tried to run the bushman in, but he refused to go.
- And when at last the barber spoke, and said "'Twas all in fun—
- 'Twas just a little harmless joke, a trifle overdone."
* See .
From (peel) + (-er).
A person whose job it is to peel fruit or vegetable produce.
A utensil for peeling fruit or vegetables.
(pejorative, slang) A stripper; one who removes the clothing for entertainment.
(obsolete) One who peels or pillages.
- potato peeler