Definition of Cordwainers

1. Noun. (plural of cordwainer) ¹



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Definition of Cordwainers

1. cordwainer [n] - See also: cordwainer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cordwainers

cordopexy
cordotomies
cordotomy
cordovan
cordovans
cords
corduroy
corduroy road
corduroyed
corduroying
corduroylike
corduroys
cordwain
cordwainer
cordwaineries
cordwainers (current term)
cordwainery
cordwains
cordwood
cordwoods
cordy pulse
cordycepin
cordyline
cordylines
cordylobiasis
core
core-inflation
core-level
core biopsy
core bit

Literary usage of Cordwainers

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1. A Documentary History of American Industrial Society by Eugene Allen Gilmore, American Bureau of Industrial Research, Carnegie Institution of Washington (1910)
"BALTIMORE cordwainers-1809 MARYLAND V. POWLEY Abstract by the Editors. The "Journeymen cordwainers Society of Baltimore" ordered a general strike, ..."

2. The Ancient Halls of the City Guilds by Thomas Robert Way, Philip Norman (1903)
"The first known ordinance of the cordwainers of London (strictly those who ... The cordwainers, Tanners, and Curriers, were to have " separate rights and ..."

3. The Antiquarian (1871)
"cordwainers' HALL. IN the European Magazine, Vol. LX., p. 162, will be found a narrative of the incident which led to the grant, in Flanders, to the workers ..."

4. A Practical Treatise on the Law of Perpetuity: Or, Remoteness in Limitations by William David Lewis (1843)
"In the first of these cases, (e) a testator devised estates, to the cordwainers' Company, for the interest, use, and performance of his will, and, ..."

5. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1922)
"1 The London cordwainers' Company. In the year 1272 King Henry III granted an ordinance which established the cordwainers' and ..."

6. Diary of the American Revolution: From Newspapers and Original Documents by Frank Moore (1860)
"... cordwainers, that thcy instantly fled with the greatest precipitation, carrying off' with them the major and Mr. Bache. Messrs. ..."

7. Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (1867)
"... cordwainers coming from в distance, or not enjoying the liberties of a burgh. Aberdeen Reg. .... cordwainers ..."

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