Definition of 'stopper'
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He is also a great reaction shot stopper. The Sun (2012)He has great mental strength and is also a decent shot stopper. The Sun (2011)He took the glass stopper off the big jar and scooped up some brown powder in the crucible. CHARMED LIFE (1977)At least his Spanish stopper can hold his head up. The Sun (2016)He's more of a shot stopper. The Sun (2008)Now there's a conversation stopper at a dinner party. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was a conversation stopper. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Should I shock by using a conversation stopper? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Yet the 6ft 6in stopper is a completely different animal once the gloves are on. The Sun (2014)The 6ft 5in stopper struggled with a thigh injury in the second half. The Sun (2013)The 6ft 3in stopper can clearly handle himself. The Sun (2015)And despite his record, the 6ft stopper is just happy to be playing football at all. The Sun (2015)The Swede then himself shot straight at the Polish stopper. The Sun (2014)And the Polish stopper admits he could be loaned to a Championship club. The Sun (2011)And the American stopper showed the home fans why with a spectacular double save in the 10th minute. The Sun (2012)
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