Definition of Pencilers

1. Noun. (plural of penciler) ¹



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Definition of Pencilers

1. penciler [n] - See also: penciler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pencilers

pencil lead
pencil pleat
pencil pusher
pencil pushers
pencil sharpener
pencil sharpeners
pencil skirt
pencil skirts
pencil stub
pencil stubs
pencil tree
pencil trees
pencil whip
penciled
penciler
pencilers
penciling
pencilings
pencill
pencilled
penciller
pencillers
pencilless
pencilling
pencillings
pencilly
pencilmaker
pencilmakers
pencilmaking
pencilneck

Literary usage of Pencilers

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1. The Methodist Review (1846)
"This demonstrates the absurdity of undue sensibility with respect to the opinions of foreign "pencilers by the way." Even studied misrepresentations are of ..."

2. The World's Best Essays, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler, David Josiah Brewer (1900)
"... that the latter is immeasurably distanced, as also are Rabelais, Munchausen, Gulliver, and indeed the whole olden tribe of pencilers by the wayside. ..."

3. The Red Heart of Russia by Bessie Beatty (1918)
"... who softened one's heart to the whole tribe of blue-pencilers, shook his head despairingly when I entered. "Well, it has come," he said. ..."

4. Crowned Masterpieces of Literature that Have Advanced Civilization: As by Edward Archibald Allen, William Schuyler (1908)
"... as also are Rabelais, Munchausen, Gulliver, and indeed the whole olden tribe of pencilers by the wayside. We will begin with the Portuguese. ..."

5. The Red Heart of Russia by Bessie Beatty (1918)
"... who softened one's heart to the whole tribe of blue-pencilers, shook his head despairingly when I entered. "Well, it has come," he said. ..."

6. Memoirs of Sir Robert Strange, Knt., Engraver ... and of His Brother-in-law by James Dennistoun (1855)
"... of these days to hear of his being a holy father, such is my good opinion of him. It gives me vast pleasure to hear that my two brother-pencilers are ..."

7. English Merchants: Memoirs in Illustration of the Progress of British Commerce by Henry Richard Fox Bourne (1866)
"The women employed as pencilers easily earned '21. a week, and those were the wages of a good engraver.* In his cotton mills Peel took full advantage of ..."

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