Definition of shicer in English:

shicer

noun

Australian, NZ
informal, dated
  • 1A worthless thing or person, especially a swindler.

    swindler, charlatan, mountebank, confidence trickster, fraud, fraudster, impostor, trickster, racketeer, hoaxer, sharper, rogue, villain, scoundrel
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    1. 1.1Mining An unproductive claim or mine.
      • ‘I think the practical miner, who had been hard at work night and day, for the last four or six months, and, after all, had just bottomed a shicer, objected to the tax itself, because he could not possibly afford to pay it.’
      • ‘The unsuccessful diggers would declare their holes blanks, duffers, or shicers, and dedicate them to the Queen.’
      • ‘To keep friends with such a cast of mind, whose motto is Nelson's, you must do your duty; never mind if you sink a shicer, bottom your shaft any how.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: from German Scheisser contemptible person.

Pronunciation:

shicer

/ˈʃʌɪsə/