Definition of Torquer

1. one that torques [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Torquer

torpors
torpour
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torqs
torquate
torquated
torque
torque converter
torque off
torque spanner
torque steer
torque wrench
torque wrenches
torqued
torqued off
torquer
torquers
torques
torques off
torqueses
torquing
torquing off
torquoselectivity
torr
torrefaction
torrefied
torrefies
torrefy
torrefying
torrent

Literary usage of Torquer

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1. Elizabethan Critical Essays by George Gregory Smith (1904)
"... article in Notes and Queries, 6th Ser. v. 165 (4 Mar. 1882). The etymology is uncertain. Such a formation from Fr. torquer, ..."

2. Elizabethan Critical Essays by George Gregory Smith (1904)
"... article in No/es and Queries, 6th Ser. v. 165 (4 Mar. 1882). The etymology is uncertain. Such a formation from Fr. torquer, ..."

3. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1886)
"Torquer mada, who fears he will not be believed if he states the actual number who took part in the exodus, takes pains to assure us that the historic ..."

4. A New Pocket Dictionary of the French and English Languages: In Two Parts by Thomas Nugent, J. Ouiseau (1830)
"... a bull-fighter Tori, on Tory, a Tory, courtier Torpille, sf. cramp-fish Torque, a band tied, or interlaced (in heraldry} Torquer, vn. to * make rolls of ..."

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