Definition of Canasters
1. canaster [n] - See also: canaster
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canasters
Literary usage of Canasters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Across Unknown South America by Arnold Henry Savage Landor (1913)
"Pigs of the Berkshire, Yorkshire, canasters, and Tatus type are the favourites in Sao Paulo, and seem to flourish in that climate. ..."
2. American Practical Lunarian, & Seaman's Guide by Thomas Arnold (1822)
"They bring the coffee off to the ship in their own boats, in large baskets called canasters, containing 105 English pounds each : the boat will bring off ..."
3. Provincial and State Papers: Documents and Records Relating to the Province by New Hampshire (Colony) Probate Court, Nathaniel Bouton (1873)
"60 pounds of Flannel cartrage with canasters of Lead shott, each cannister contains 48 Muskett Balls. 40 rounds paper cartridges, 24 single canisters ..."