Stoker



noun
1.
a person or thing that stokes.
2.
a laborer employed to tend and fuel a furnace, especially a furnace used to generate steam, as on a steamship.
3.
Chiefly British. the fireman on a locomotive.
4.
a mechanical device for supplying coal or other solid fuel to a furnace.
noun
1.
Bram
[bram] /bræm/ (Show IPA), (Abraham Stoker) 1847–1912, British novelist, born in Ireland: creator of Dracula.
noun
1.
a person employed to tend a furnace, as on a steamship
noun
1.
Bram, original name Abraham Stoker. 1847–1912, Irish novelist, author of Dracula (1897)

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