Definitions for "Growler"
Electrical tester designed to test starter and DC generator armatures.
A half gallon (64 Fl Oz) jug used by microbreweries and brewpubs for beer to go. The beer is cheaper when you return a used one. I put a stopper and airlock in the top and ferment yeast starters in one.
Historic term for a pail used to carry beer from the tavern to the home. Currently, name for half-gallon glass jug commonly used by brewpubs and microbreweries for selling draft beer "to go."
Keywords:  iceberg, bergy, sea, ice, floeberg
a small iceberg or ice floe just large enough to be hazardous for shipping
a nautical term for a small iceberg
a berg that is less than 17 feet above sea level and less than 50 feet long
Keywords:  connie, pie, pork
a pork pie Connie
Keywords:  tummy, teddy, voice, box, backwards
a speaker whose voice sounds like a growl
A "voice-box" usually fitted in teddy's tummy but sometimes in his side which is activated by tipping him forward or backwards.
Internal voice box that produces a growl.
A growler is an electrical device used for testing insulation of a motor for shorted coils. A growler consists of a coil of wire wrapped around an iron core and connected to a source of AC current. When placed on the stator core of a motor the growler acts as the primary of a transformer and the stator coils act as the secondary.
Keywords:  cab, wheeled, four
A four-wheeled cab.
Keywords:  bass, black, mouthed, large
The large-mouthed black bass.
Keywords:  one
One who growls.