Definition of stroker in English:



See stroke

  • ‘Gurgling underwater cries of ‘Manny’ were lost on my fellow strokers, but at least I entertained myself.’
  • ‘They fit a classification - power strokers - which, in essence, indicates they put less revolution on the ball as pure power players.’
  • ‘These are players who can qualify both as crankers and power strokers.’
  • ‘Remember, if you are a stroker, you will not have the arm and hand speed to create a lot of revolutions.’
  • ‘And the $120,000 first-place prize also makes life easier for the smooth stroker, who has been on tour for 28 years.’