Definition of wailer in English:

wailer

Pronunciation /ˈwālər/ /ˈweɪlər/

noun

See wail

‘With a nod to the Faces, the Stones, James Brown and other legendary wailers, Foreman is a wiggly protagonist of modern day hot.’
  • ‘Hands down, she is one of the most riveting wailers around.’
  • ‘There will be many more wailers if plans go through to close Garda stations at night to put more members of the force on the streets.’
  • ‘Researchers studying the effectiveness of wailers in Melbourne observed some bats actually hanging from the speakers to investigate the strange sounds more closely.’
  • ‘To quote tuneful wailer Ben Lee, a lot goes on… but nothing happens.’