Definition of Coopers

1. Noun. (obsolete) (plural of cooper) ¹



2. Verb. (obsolete) (third-person singular of cooper) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Coopers

1. cooper [v] - See also: cooper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coopers

cooperative gameplay
cooperative phenomena
cooperatively
cooperativeness
cooperatives
cooperativity
cooperativity model
cooperator
cooperators
coopered
cooperies
coopering
cooperite
cooperons
cooperos ligaments
coopers (current term)
coopery
coopetition
cooping
cooping up
coops
coops up
coopt
cooptate
cooptated
cooptates
cooptating
cooptation
cooptations
coopted

Literary usage of Coopers

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1. Collections by Massachusetts Historical Society (1871)
"The expediency of incorporating the coopers, and of establishing some regulations as to the manner in which their trade should be carried on, seems to have ..."

2. Personal Sketches of His Own Times by Jonah Barrington (1871)
"FLOGGING THE WINE-coopers. AN anecdote, amongst many of the same genus, which I witnessed myself, about the same period, is particularly illustrative of the ..."

3. View of the British Empire, More Especially Scotland: With Some Proposals by John Knox (1789)
"'The coopers belonging to any herring works lhall not be allowed to daunt* any herrings that have the circle or burn mark, but leave that to be done by the ..."

4. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1884)
"The Aspen-wood is white and tender, and in use by coopers and joiners. Like the wood of other Poplars, much sought for paper-mills as an admixture to the ..."

5. Wages and Earnings of the Working Classes: Report to Sir Arthur Bass, M.P. by Leone Levi (1885)
"SAWYERS, coopers, AND TURNERS. ... THE wages of sawyers in Manchester are 24s., sawmill labourers, 20s.; coopers in the dockyard earn 3s. 6d. to 4s. ..."

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