Definition of Springers

1. Noun. (plural of springer) ¹



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Definition of Springers

1. springer [n] - See also: springer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Springers

springboard
springboarded
springboarding
springboards
springbok
springboks
springbuck
springcreekite
springe
springed
springeing
springer
springer spaniel
springerle
springerles
springers
springes
springeth
springform
springforms
springhaas
springhalt
springhare
springhares
springhead
springheads
springhouse
springhouses
springier
springiest

Literary usage of Springers

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1. The Guide to Railway Masonry: Containing a Complete Treatise on the Oblique by Peter Nicholson, R. Cowen (1860)
"To form the springers of an oblique arch. Let QAB (Fig 1) be half the right section of the arch, as shown in Plate XXIII, AQ being a section of the face of ..."

2. The Double Choir of Glasgow Cathedral: A Study of Rib Vaulting by Thomas Lennox Watson (1901)
"67, a diagram founded mainly on the evidence supplied by these thirteen original springers. The six altered springers of 1240, now springers of two ribs, ..."

3. The Shot-gun and Sporting Rifle: And the Dogs, Ponies, Ferrets, &c., Used by John Henry Walsh (1859)
"GENERAL REMARKS ON Springers AND COCKERS. FIELD spaniels, as distinguished from water spaniels and toy dogs, are divided into springers and cockers — the ..."

4. Twelve Hundred Miles in a Waggon by Alice Blanche Balfour (1895)
"LETTER II Cape Town—Groot Schuur—Klip - springers and spring-bucks—Orange scale and ladybirds—Fish-carts. GROOT SCHUUR, RONDEBOSCH, CAPE TOWN, ..."

5. Twelve Hundred Miles in a Waggon by Alice Blanche Balfour (1895)
"LETTER II Cape Town—Groot Schuur— Klip -springers and spring-bucks—Orange scale and ladybirds—Fish-carts. GROOT SCHUUR, RONDEBOSCH, CAPE TOWN, ..."

6. Eight Months in an Ox-waggon: Reminiscences of Boer Life by Edward F. Sandeman (1880)
"... Oxen—Fire—Rain—A Narrow Path—A Transvaal Storm—Food scarce—A Horse strays—A Hill of Snakes —Klip-springers. ..."

7. Eight Months in an Ox-waggon: Reminiscences of Boer Life by Edward F. Sandeman (1880)
"... Narrow Path—A Transvaal Storm—Food scarce—A Horse strays—A Hill of Snakes —Klip-springers. ... springers."

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