nailer nailer


  • (n) a worker who attaches something by nailing it


  1. Despite Franklin Roosevelt's professed disinterest in State races this year, Administration forces worked like nailers to put up a New Deal slate in the primary.
  2. PTI, nailer of facts, will gladly nail on the head any charge of dishonest advertising.
  3. He is big, hearty, broad-shouldered, a nailer for work.


  • Cory Monteith Was Invaluable To Glee. Where Does the Show Go Now?

    Regardless of the cause, Cory Monteith’s death is a tragic one. He was young and talented — a gifted drummer, an awkward-as-hell dancer, and a reliable nailer of power ballads. And he was Finn Hudson, Glee’s main testament to the life-changing power of music, arguably the show’s primary message.The loss of ... More »        
    on July 15, 2013     Source: Vulture

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