Bounder vs Rounder - What's the difference?

bounder | rounder |


As nouns the difference between bounder and rounder

is that bounder is something that bounds or jumps while rounder is a methodist preacher traveling a circuit, also referred to as a circuit rider.

As an adjective rounder is

(round).

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

bounder

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • Something that bounds or jumps.
  • (UK, dated) A dishonourable man; a cad.
  • A social climber.
  • That which limits; a boundary.
  • (UK, obsolete, colloquial) A four-wheeled type of dogcart or cabriolet
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    rounder

    English

    Adjective

    (head)
  • (round)
  • Noun

    (en noun)
  • A Methodist preacher traveling a circuit, also referred to as a circuit rider.
  • *?Mike Richards - "Kentucky Hills of Tennessee"
  • My daddy was a rounder', he wore a ' rounder' s hat and coat.
  • A railroad man who worked at a roundhouse, operating the turntable.
  • A person who earns a living by playing cards.
  • A person who makes the rounds of bars, saloons, and similar establishments; figuratively, a debaucher or
  • One who rounds; one who comes about frequently or regularly.
  • A tool for making an edge or surface round.
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