Definition of Assayers

1. Noun. (plural of assayer) ¹



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Definition of Assayers

1. assayer [n] - See also: assayer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Assayers

assaulters
assaulting
assaultive
assaultively
assaultiveness
assaults
assay
assay-dish
assay-mark
assay dish
assay plate
assay plates
assayable
assayed
assayer
assayers (current term)
assaying
assayings
assays
assbrain
assbrains
asscheek
asscheeks
assclown
assclowns
asscrack
asscracks
asse
assecuration
assecurations

Literary usage of Assayers

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1. A Sketch of the History of Attleborough: From Its Settlement to the Division by John Daggett, Amelia Daggett Shellfield (1894)
"At the end of that time he formed a copartnership with George K. Davis, "the firm being George K. Davis & Co., gold and silver refiners, assayers, ..."

2. Experimental Electrical Engineering and Manual for Electrical Testing for ...by Vladimir Karapetoff by Vladimir Karapetoff (1911)
"(Fifth Edition, Rewritten) 8vo, 5 00 * Qualitative Chemical Analysis 8vo, 1 25 * Seamon's Manual for assayers and Chemists Large 12mo, 2 50 Smith's Lecture ..."

3. The Land of the Pueblos by Susan Elston Wallace (1888)
"CHAPTER XX THE assayers. A CERTAIN room in El Palacio is assaying the precious ore?. It? bi jy.vc-stained niters :«»k as th-xr^h ±;y rr u. ..."

4. Railway Station Serviceby Benjamin Chapman Burt by Benjamin Chapman Burt (1911)
"(Fifth Edition, Rewritten) 8vo, 5 00 * Qualitative Chemical Analysis 8vo, 1 25 * Seamon's Manual for assayers and Chemists Large ..."

5. American Medical Gazette and Journal of Health (1861)
"The Duties of State assayers in relation to Quack Medicines. The newspapers are constantly ... or beneficial effects are certified to by State assayers. ..."

6. The Goldsmith's Handbook, Containing Full Instructions for the Alloying and by George Edward Gee (1892)
"assayers' Weight. A carat is not an absolute weight as regards gold, but is merely the twenty-fourth part of a unit; whether that unit constitutes pound, ..."

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