use puncher in a sentence.
Maes can't win, but he's got what they call a puncher's chance.
About half of the players (including the groin puncher) look like they’re super heroes with some special force field around them.
Before the fight, Oscar made Floyd agree to a list of demands which would favor de la Hoya, namely that the two wear Reyes gloves (the so-called puncher's glove, which should have, in theory, been of benefit to Oscar, the bigger puncher of the two), a smaller ring (which would benefit Oscar's long-standing stamina problems), and most importantly, a 154 lb. weight limit.
Tarver's a good counter-puncher, which is a potent antidote to Dawson getting too carried away with his offense.
It was rough and even dangerous work, and individual animals, again generally cows, would sometimes make desperate charges, and even assist an unfortunate "puncher" in scaling the walls.