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1853, (w), ''Household Words'' (volume 6, page 387)
- A "mooner," fond of staring into shop windows, or watching the labourers pulling up the pavement to inspect the gas-pipes, or listening stolidly to the dull "pech" of the paviour's rammer on the flags.
(RQ:Kipling Jungle Boo)
- (..) I put my waterproof over the muzzle of one gun, and made a sort of wigwam with two or three rammers that I found, and lay along the tail of another gun (..)
One who, or that, rams.
2014, Benerson Little, ''The Sea Rover's Practice''
- The loader (..) placed the cartridge in the muzzle and shoved it in as far as he could. The rammer rammed it home, the gun captain inserting his priming wire to make sure.