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Poetic Definitions: poacher
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Definitively stingy, tightfisted, mingy or penurious.
steeper
plumper
blunger
plunger
But not renowned, famous, famed or illustrious.
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— Carla Howard
Yoda
Poacher: Master, what is my future?

A stealer, you were!
An interloper, you have been!
A pilferer, you are!
An acquirer, you will continually be!

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— Charlie Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term poacher
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for filcher

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Alma Foster
Waka
You are squalidly,
and derogatorily
ignominious.
To affront, hurt or offend.
A decrease or reduction.

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— Herman Cooper
Unitoum
Poacher

Pusher
settle
heater
order

settle
toucher
order
bugger

toucher
comfort
bugger
frighten

comfort
heater
frighten
pusher.
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— Jamie Ros
Tanaka
Suspicious fellow
to give other instructions
corporate raider
A housebreaker or cracksman.
Being stealthy or furtive.

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— Alexander Innocent
Rondelet
Poacher

Tool component,
interruption of transmission.
Tool component,
multiple key rod attachment.
Notes of small denomination,
conductor configuration.
Tool component.

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— Carrie Leopold
Quinzaine
Poacher

Trespassers is a rare word.
Honestly, is it?
Can they sneak?

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— Jacob Leith
Pi (π)
Can I fake a pulse, published so beings might see
Terse edifying notations, happily informing, and oh yes imparted free?
Cooker or looter feel all too manifest. But is hustler?
Plunderer, thief? - or simmerer, marauder? Darn! I deserted rustler!
I ponder despoiler and similarly infringer, but frankly ought I
- given meanings so - summaries crafted with computers spry?
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— Jimmy Red
Octosyllable
Really spiteful and bitchy.
But also wishful and sketchy.
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— Johnny Silver
Nonet
A wrongdoer or evildoer
a debauchee or libertine
a trespasser or sinner
importunate person
a penetrator
contravener
offender
forcer
dish
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— Lois Justice
Mirror Cinquain
poacher
severer, crosser
encroaching, assailing, infringing
a trespasser, transgressor, lawbreaker or sinner
contravener
polluter
someone who assaults others sexually
intruding, rebelling, meddling
crosser, dirtier
violator
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— Jesse Vaughan
Limerick
There was a young girl from Stalder,
She needed a word for scalder.
      Like impregnator?
      Incinerator!
That literate gal from Stalder.
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— Bonnie Valentine
Kural
Simmer, raid, tramp, mooch
Bone's pneumonic devastates

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— Jacqueline Harding
Haiku (terse)
Appropriator
valetudinarian
asphyxiator

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— Evelyn Farrell
Haiku (3-word)
Humiliating
valetudinarian
appropriator

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— Adam Carlisle
Haiku (modern)
Vanquisher than most,
evokes many trespassers,
foes and invaders.

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— Howard Tate
Gnomic
A stirrer, mover or agitator.
An assignor, appointor or designator.

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— Jack Mckenzie
Fib (Fibonacci)
To
filch
ransack
effervesce

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— Arthur Spencer
Diamante
Poacher
drab, aggregate
covering, raising, summoning
picklock, hooker ..... wager, comeback
playing, depending, flirting
riotous, profligate
returner
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— Carolyn Hunter
Cinquain - Phrasal
poacher
levy blackmail
to boil slightly
to override or trample
steal

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— Deborah Alexander
Cinquain - Expressional
poacher
each player
and minor actor
director master teacher producer.
hollower!

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— Andrew Tucker
Butterfly Cinquain
filler
explosive charge
corrugated built up
construction of an embankment
makeweight
role in theatre or movie
bearing liner backing
electric charge
plugger
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— Ruth Howard
Acrostic - Diagonal
Pilferer
Robber
Trapper
Lurcher
Moocher
Stalker
Appropriator
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— Charles Wright

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.