Definition of Razers

1. Noun. (plural of razer) ¹



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Definition of Razers

1. razer [n] - See also: razer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Razers

rayon stocking
rayonnant
rayons
rayproof
rays
rays of light
raytracing
raz'd
razed
razee
razeed
razeeing
razees
razer
razers
razes
razing
razmataz
razoo
razoos
razor
razor-backed
razor-billed auk
razor-blade
razor-fish
razor-sharp
razor-thin
razor blade
razor blades

Literary usage of Razers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications of the Scottish History Society by Scottish History Society (1890)
"... 9 lib 10 sh.s per Razer wch comes to 1862 inde 1862 00 00 By 19 Razers wheat sold at 8 lib 15 sh.s which is 0166 05 00 By 285 ..."

2. The Works of John Marston by John Marston (1856)
"At the signe of the three razers, sir. Coc. A signe of good shaving, ... The three razers ? Hoi. I, sir. ..."

3. The Works of John Marston by John Marston (1856)
"At the signe of the three razers, sir. Coc. A signe of good shaving, ... You'le not stay long. Coc. As I am an honest man. The three razers ? Hol. I, sir. ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1841)
"Red herrings were prohibited from Pentecost to Michaelmas, and at the latter each received two razers of apples. The lepers had a common kitchen, ..."

5. Prize essays on leprosy by Edvard Ehlers, George Newman, Samuel Patton Impey (1895)
"... at the latter each received two razers of apples. The lepers shared a common kitchen, a common cook, and utensils and firing for cooking &c., ..."

6. Archaeological Essays by James Young Simpson (1872)
"... and at the latter each received two razers of apples. The lepers had a common kitchen, and a common cook, fuel, and utensils for cooking, etc. ..."

7. Visits to Remarkable Places: Old Halls, Battle Fields, and Scenes by William Howitt (1842)
"Red herrings were prohibited from Pentecost to Michaelmas; and, at the latter, each received two razers of apples. " The lepers had a common kitchen, ..."

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