Definition of walloper in English:

walloper

noun

informal
  • 1A person or thing that wallops someone or something.

    • ‘Ramshot's Enforcer is a relatively slow-burning magnum powder suitable for the .44 Mag. and other big bore wallopers.’
    • ‘However, the Wigginton wallopers graciously conceded that their York opponents had been badly hampered by the absence of one of their star players.’
  • 2Northern English A strikingly large person or thing.

    1. 2.1 A blatant lie.
  • 3Australian A policeman.

    • ‘Last week in Yarraville, he became the fourth person to be pulled over at random and forced to surrender a saliva sample to the wallopers.’
    • ‘He's a good Catholic and a walloper who once fought off an armed man with a loaded Toyota troop-carrier.’
    • ‘After popping the wrong man, Britain's wallopers will be just that extra bit more cautious before hauling out the shooting irons.’
    • ‘After reading this report, it seems the younger generation now has a better way to foil the wallopers ' close attentions.’
    • ‘In earlier posts about the sad state of policing in Victoria, the Professor may have been just a bit too harsh about the wallopers.’

Pronunciation

walloper

/ˈwɒləpə/