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Indy 500 competitor
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Alternative clues for the word racer
Formula One car
It's kept on track
One in the heat
Soapbox derby entrant
Slot car, e.g.
Many an Olympian
Toy on a track
One making a pit stop, maybe
Tortoise or hare
Brickyard 400 entrant
One active in the heat?
Mr. Ellington, in a 1977 song
One going around in circles?
Indy 500 car
Slender fast-moving North American snakes
Hot Wheels product
Foyt or Yarborough
Mudder or bangtail
Barney Oldfield, for one
Carl Lewis is one
Certain snake or car
Sneva or Unser
Snake or car
A.J. Foyt, e.g.
Rick Mears, e.g.
Crab or snake
Snake or crab
Foyt or Unser
Bobby Unser, e.g.
Type of snake
Le Mans entrant
Andretti or Unser
Kind of car or snake
Unser or A.J. Foyt
Athlete in a crash helmet
Rutherford, for one
Bobby Unser, for one
Grand Prix car
Big A entry
Indy 500 vehicle
Word definitions for racer in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES boy racer COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ NOUN boy ▪ Although the boy racers may jeer, it is still a very pleasant car to drive, as well. ▪ Lucker, boy racer , bowls through the forest like a modern missile. ▪ Boy racers...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Racer \Ra"cer\ (r[=a]"s[~e]r), n. One who, or that which, races, or contends in a race; esp., a race horse. And bade the nimblest racer seize the prize. --Pope. (Zo["o]l.) The common American black snake. (Mil.) One of the circular iron or steel rails on...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 Someone who takes part in a race. 2 A racehorse. 3 An animal known for its fast speed, or suitable for racing; applied especially to a number of North American snakes, certain kinds of lake trout, etc. 4 A vehicle or other device used for racing.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1640s of persons; 1793 of vehicles, agent noun from race (v.).
Word definitions in WordNet
n. someone who drives racing cars at high speeds [syn: race driver , automobile driver ] a fast car that competes in races [syn: race car , racing car ] an animal that races slender fast-moving North American snakes
Word definitions in Wikipedia
Racer, fully named Racer Free Car Simulation, is a freeware and source available video game simulator that runs on Microsoft Windows , Linux , and Mac OS X . Although Racer started out as a driving simulator, it also has features that are usually seen in...
Usage examples of racer.
One-time mountain bike racer, David was appointed for a two-year stint as second in command of the Royal Marine biathlon team, in which he is basically a full-time paid athlete who spends a lot of time on skis in Norway.
While the Fiver looked small in the company of the battle cruisers, even destroyers, she had the sleekness of a stellar racer combined with the toughness of a military craft.
There was a distinct slope that made forward progress not only possible, but unavoidable, so she lay in the position of a luge racer, except with her arms stretched up over her head because of the low roof, and let herself slide down after Abby.
Ayla whistled for Racer, a whistle different from the one she used to call Whinney, and by the time she had patted him, and scratched him, and talked to him, she was ready to face Jondalar again.
Turning around, he broke into a great welcoming smile as he saw the wolf coming straight for him with Racer close behind, and best of all there was Ayla riding Whinney.
During these moments before practice and a race, Britt, the racer, and Karl, the racing mechanic, can temporarily suppress the otherwise overriding fact of why they travel the world in the guise of a racing team.
Seven tripods never touched by fire, ten bars of gold, twenty burnished cauldrons, a dozen massive stallions, racers who earned me trophies with their speed.
The Radon - Ulzers continued to act in concert, locked together by the energy binders, but the racer was out of control.
Brahms I was hearing through the walls, but some loony cycle racer blaring U2, revving up his Ducati.
He lightened his weight as only a fine horseman can do, shifting a few vital inches forward, and with the burden falling more over his withers, El Sangre fled like a racer down the valley.
More the type of a tough hardy steeplechaser than an ex-flat racer graduating to jumps.
Then she led her to Racer and showed the girl how to hold the teasel to curry the shaggy winter coat of the young horse.
I had two sets of friends, a circle of popular high-school kids who I would carouse with, and then my athlete friends, the bike racers and runners and triathletes, some of them grown men.
Our dogs, purebred Siberian Huskies, could surpass many Alaskan dogs in toughness and cold resistance, but most modern racers used hound Husky crossbred dogs that are speedier than pure arctic breeds.
Some of the finest sled dog racers are Athabascans from Alaska and the Yukon, yet most of them can no longer afford to compete in some of the top races.