Crammer in a sentence

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Definition of Crammer

  • One who crams; esp., one who prepares a pupil hastily for an examination, or a pupil who is thus prepared.
  • a textbook designed for cramming
  • a special school where students are crammed
  • a teacher who is paid to cram students for examinations
  • a student who crams

How to use crammer in a sentence. Crammer pronunciation.

Her brain was becoming a mere receptacle for dates and definitions, vocabularies and rules syntactic, for thrice-boiled essence of history, ragged scraps of science, quotations at fifth hand, and all the heterogeneous rubbish of a 'crammer's' shop.
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He had spent two years at an expensive London crammer's and failed to pass into the army.
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Of course all the students in the crammer's biology class, to which my brother went that day, were intensely interested, but there were no signs of any unusual excitement in the streets.
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I should like to stay here for good and all, and they would take me for a farming-pupil for less than you have been giving to my crammers, all in vain, I am afraid.
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You are really passing the Crammers and Coaches.
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If your principle is right, why don't you turn out to-morrow morning with the keys of your cities on velvet cushions, your musicians playing, and your flags flying, and read addresses to the Crammers and Coaches on your bended knees, beseeching them to come out and govern you?
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My brother John will look after you, and choose some good crammer to push you on.
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I have always saved up money for this, for my brother is by no means a rich man, and crammers are very expensive; so the next time I see a chance of sending you down to Calcutta, down you go.
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Mind you impress upon him the fact that it is absolutely necessary that you should go to a first-rate school or, better still, to a private crammer, if you are to have a chance of getting into the service by a competitive examination.
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He might find friends among the fellows at the same crammer's.
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We are told, that when Archbishop Crammer's edition of the Bible was printed in 1538, and fixed to a desk in all parochial churches, the ardour with which men flocked to read it was incredible.
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Examples of Crammer

Example #1
When away from her books, she carried scraps of paper, with jottings to be committed to memory.
Example #2
Beside her plate at meals lay formulae and tabulations.
Example #3
He had also accumulated an almost record series of racing debts, besides as shady a gang of friends-for the most part vaguely connected with the turf-as any young man of his age ever contrived to collect.
Example #4
He had been sent down from Oxford for pouring ink from a second-story window on the junior dean of his college.
Example #5
The afternoon papers puffed scraps of news under big headlines.
Example #6
On that last text their leader-writer expanded very comfortingly.