Battler

Hard trier, struggler.
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Battler

Battler is slang for someone who gets by on their own wits, an odd-job person, a tramp.
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Battler

• (n.) A student at Oxford who is supplied with provisions from the buttery; formerly, one who paid for nothing but what he called for, answering nearly to a sizar at Cambridge.
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Battler

[underdog] A battler is an Australian colloquialism referring to `ordinary` or working class individuals who persevere through their commitments despite adversity. Typically, this adversity comprises the challenges of low pay, family commitments, environmental hardships and lack of personal recognition. It is a term of respect and endearmen...
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Battler

A trainer, jockey or bookmaker who just manages to make a living from his full time involvement in horse racing.
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Battler

A trainer, jockey or bookmaker who just manages to make a living from his full time involvement in horse racing.
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