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Definition of Churner
1. one that churns [n -S] - See also: churns
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Literary usage of Churner
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1. A Practical Treatise on Infant Feeding and Allied Topics, for Physicians and by Harry Lowenburg (1916)
"Home buttermilk churner. (Gimbel Bros., Phila., Pa.) curred. ... If whole milk or cream has been used, after souring, it may be placed in a churner (Fig. ..."
2. Greatest Short Stories (1915)
"Daniel, how could you go and write to my Lottie this way: 'My churner'—no, it isn't churner, it's charmer,—'let me call thee mine'? ..."
3. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1874)
"At first the sediment passes off rapidly, and the column remains obviously and evenly turbid, from the point where the agitation caused by the churner ..."
4. A Tibetan-English dictionary, with Sanskrit synonyms by Sarat Chandra Das (1902)
"... the six descendants of the (first) man (Л ^^^ Idon-kha the cover or lid of a tea- churner ... *Xi-»»=^* reap. a tea-churner. ..."