Common misspellings for pitcher:
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Definition of pitcher:
- This word is used in the Authorized Version to denote the earthen water-jars or pitchers with one or two handles, used chiefly by women for carrying water, as in the story of Rebekah. ( Genesis 24:15-20 ) but see Mark 14:13; Luke 22:10 This mode of carrying has been and still is customary the East and elsewhere. The vessels used for the purpose are generally borne on the head or the shoulder. The Bedouin women commonly use skin bottles. Such was the " bottle" carried by Hagar ( Genesis 21:14 ) The same word is used of the pitchers employed by Gideons three hundred men. ( Judges 7:16 )
- a vessel for containing liquids. In the East pitchers were usually carried on the head or shoulders ( Genesis 24:15-20 ; Judg. Genesis 7:16 Genesis 7:19 ; Mark 14:13 ).
- ( baseball or softball) the person who does the pitching; " our pitcher has a sore arm"
- the position on a baseball team of the player who throws the ball for a batter to try to hit; " he has played every position except pitcher"; " they have a southpaw on the mound"
- One who pitches anything, as hay, quoits, a ball, etc.; specifically ( Baseball), the player who delivers the ball to the batsman.
- A sort of crowbar for digging.
- A wide- mouthed, deep vessel for holding liquids, with a spout or protruding lip and a handle; a water jug or jar with a large ear or handle.
- A tubular or cuplike appendage or expansion of the leaves of certain plants.
- One who throws or casts; a vessel for holding and pouring liquids, usually with a handle; in baseball, the player who throws the ball.
- A vessel for holding water, etc.
- A vessel with a spout; ewer.
- A vessel with a spout and a handle, for holding liquids.
- A vessel for holding water, with a spout for pouring.
- An instrument for piercing the ground.
- He or that which pitches or tosses.
- An earthenware or tin vessel for holding water.
- A modification of a leaf for insect- catching purposes, as the pitcher- shaped leaf of Nepenthes.
- [ Late Latin] A modification of a leaf for insect-catching purposes, as the pitcher-shaped leaf of Nepenthes( bot.).