Definition of Bushellers
1. busheller [n] - See also: busheller
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bushellers
Literary usage of Bushellers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Plutarch's Lives by Plutarch (1914)
"... or Five-hundred-bushellers) ; second, his banishment in ostracism, for no poor men, but only men from great houses which ..."
2. The Law Reports. Queen's Bench Division by Railway and Canal Commission, Court of Appeal, Great Britain, Criminal Division, Court for Crown Cases Reserved (1890)
"The operation commences by " bushellers," employed by the consignees, going into the holds and putting ..."
3. Annual Report on the Statistics of Labor by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1894)
"bushellers. Butchers. Button cutters. Button makers. Button-hole makers. Calkers. Candy makers. Canvassers. Cap makers. Car cleaners. ..."