Meaning of shucker in English:



mainly North American

See shuck

‘Their seed shucker checks out a field to see if it's worth harvesting and what the seed purity or mix will be.’
  • ‘The cups held up to one gallon of oysters and shuckers could shuck between two and four thousand oysters in a days time.’
  • ‘Originally built as a private home, the hall was purchased by an all-black society of oyster shuckers in 1921 and moved to a tract on the old Maryfield Plantation, where it was used as a society hall.’