dopester
noun Date: 1907 a forecaster of the outcome of future events (as sports contests or elections)

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • dopester — ☆ dopester [dōp′stər ] n. [ DOPE (OUT) + STER] Informal one who analyzes or predicts trends as in politics or sports …   English World dictionary

  • dopester — /dohp steuhr/, n. a person who undertakes to predict the outcome of elections, sports events, or other contests that hold the public interest. [1905 10, Amer.; DOPE + STER] * * * …   Universalium

  • dopester — noun An individual who is from a street gang and sells drugs …   Wiktionary

  • dopester — [ dəʊpstə] noun N. Amer. informal a person who supplies information, especially on sport or politics …   English new terms dictionary

  • dopester — dope·ster …   English syllables

  • dopester — dope•ster [[t]ˈdoʊp stər[/t]] n. a person who undertakes to predict the outcome of elections, sports events, etc • Etymology: 1905–10, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • dopester — ˈdōpstə(r) noun ( s) Etymology: dope (I) + ster : one that makes a practice of publicly forecasting the outcome of sports contests, political elections, or like events marked by a high degree of uncertainty …   Useful english dictionary

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  • tipster — Synonyms and related words: adventurer, adviser, announcer, annunciator, authority, betrayer, betting ring, bettor, boneshaker, canary, cardshark, cardsharp, cardsharper, channel, communicant, communicator, compulsive gambler, crap shooter,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • tout — Synonyms and related words: acclaim, adherent, adventurer, adviser, advocate, aggrandize, amplify, announcer, annunciator, applauder, appreciator, authority, back, ballyhoo, ballyhoo man, ballyhooer, barker, betting ring, bettor, boneshaker,… …   Moby Thesaurus

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