Definition of Chiselers

1. Noun. (plural of chiseler) ¹



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Definition of Chiselers

1. chiseler [n] - See also: chiseler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chiselers

chirurgery
chirurgic
chirurgical
chirurgie
chirurgies
chirurgion
chirurgy
chirus
chis
chisel
chisel fracture
chisel in
chisel steel
chiseled
chiseler
chiselers
chiseling
chiselled
chiseller
chisellers
chiselling
chisels
chisley
chistka
chistkas
chit
chit-chat
chit-chats
chit-chatted
chit-chatting

Literary usage of Chiselers

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1. Contemporary French Dramatists: Studies on the Théâtre Libre,Curel, Brieux by Barrett Harper Clark (1915)
"I love my chiselers better than I do the abonnes of the Comedie Franchise. ... one of the chiselers in a bronze-shop in Paris, has won a considerable sum of ..."

2. Contemporary French Dramatists: Studies on the Théâtre Libre, Curel, Brieux by Barrett Harper Clark (1915)
"That evening," said Brieux, " I was positively intoxicated with pleasure. It moved me as I have never been moved before. I love my chiselers better than I ..."

3. Studies in Workmen's Insurance, Italy, Russia, Spain by Isaac Max Rubinow (1911)
"... machine crushing XIX 3.5 405 Gravel, hand crushing XXIII 5.5 406 Manufacture of emery XII 1.4 407 Crushing of stones and earths XVII 2.6 408 Chiselers, ..."

4. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1897)
"One of her latest critics — speaking of her ample and copious style, which satisfied even Flaubert, yet is frequently disparaged by modern chiselers of ..."

5. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine (1904)
"Just as the French cabinet-makers and bronze- chiselers and modelers in stucco produced more delicate and finished, but less personal, work than the Italian ..."

6. Museum of Antiquity: A Description of Ancient Life: the Employments by Levi W. Yaggy, Thomas Louis Haines (1883)
"Amongst the special workmen of these manufactories were the modelers, founders, turners or polishers, chiselers, the workmen who attached the bas-reliefs to ..."

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