Definition of Braiders

1. Noun. (plural of braider) ¹

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Definition of Braiders

1. braider [n] - See also: braider

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Braiders

brahmadandas
brahmaness
brahmanesses
brahmani
brahmans
brahmas
brahmin
brahminic
brahminical
brahmo-somaj
brahmoism
braid
braide
braided
braider
braiders (current term)
braidest
braiding
braidings
braidlike
braids
braies
brail
brailed
brailing
braille
brailled
brailler
braillers
brailles

Literary usage of Braiders

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1. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman's Work / by Virginia Penny by Virginia Penny, Penny, Virginia, b. 1826 (1863)
"HAT braiders, &c. Most hats called " palm leaf" are made of straw grown in the ... The braiders work at home." $60000 worth of palm-leaf hats were annually ..."

2. English Verse by William James Linton, Richard Henry Stoddard (1883)
"THE NET-braiders. Within a-low-thatch'd hut, built in a lane Whose narrow pathway tends toward the ocean, A solitude which, save of some rude swain Or ..."

3. Annual Proceedings: Addresses, Reports, Bibliographies and Discussions (1921)
"Braiding machine operator Types and speeds of braiders Set up and adjustment of machine Estimate of number of ends and ply of cotton and weights Estimate of ..."

4. Exhibition ...: Hebron city of the patriarchs : list of exhibits at the by Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association, Boston, Ruth Lehrer, A. Harold Fisch, Murray Roston (1865)
"I. Six Shoe String braiders. One Silk Braider. In this ingenious and useful machine, the travellers are carried through their mazy, ..."

5. Labor and Industrial Chronology by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics of Labor (1906)
"Winders employed at the Nonotuck Silk Co. struck upon proposal to reduce the price per dozen on winders; eight days later the braiders struck, demanding an ..."

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