Definition of Cradler

1. one that cradles [n -S] - See also: cradles



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cradler

cracoviennes
cracowe
cracowes
cradle
cradle-robber
cradle-to-grave
cradle cap
cradle caps
cradle robber
cradle snatcher
cradle snatchers
cradleboard
cradleboards
cradled
cradlelike
cradler (current term)
cradlers
cradles
cradlesong
cradlesongs
cradling
craft
craft centre
craft centres
craft fair
craft palsy
craft union
craftable
craftables
crafte

Literary usage of Cradler

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1. The American Wheat Culturist: A Practical Treatise on the Culture of Wheat by Sereno Edwards Todd (1868)
"For a day's work in the harvest field, a cradler was accustomed to receive ... The men who raked and bound after a cradler, alone, received one dollar each, ..."

2. The Resources of California: Comprising Agriculture, Mining, Geography by John Shertzer Hittell (1869)
"The latter has a couple of buckets or pans, which he fills alternately, always keeping one full and near the cradler, so that without moving his feet he can ..."

3. Mining in the Pacific States of North America by John Shertzer Hittell (1862)
"The cradler nas a large iron spoon, with which he occasionally scrapes over and loosens the dirt that has lodged above the riffle bars, and several times in ..."

4. The Temperance Reformation: Its History, from the Organization of the First by Lebbeus Armstrong (1853)
"At noon he was drunk on his bed of rye, and could not be awaked (by a cradler still in the field) to go to dinner. Immediately after dinner, the half-sober ..."

5. Practical Notes Made During a Tour in Canada: And a Portion of the United by Adam Fergusson (1833)
"Each cradler has a man to bind, and a man with a rake is attached to every two ... Hence if we take the wages of a cradler at 2 dollars or 9s. per day, ..."

6. Practical Notes Made During a Tour in Canada: And a Portion of the United by Adam Fergusson (1834)
"Each cradler has a man to bind, and a man with a rake is attached to every two ... Hence if we take the wages of a cradler at 2 dollars or 9s. per day, ..."

7. The American Wheat Culturist: A Practical Treatise on the Culture of Wheat by Sereno Edwards Todd (1868)
"For a day's work in the harvest field, a cradler was accustomed to receive ... The men who raked and bound after a cradler, alone, received one dollar each, ..."

8. The Resources of California: Comprising Agriculture, Mining, Geography by John Shertzer Hittell (1869)
"The latter has a couple of buckets or pans, which he fills alternately, always keeping one full and near the cradler, so that without moving his feet he can ..."

9. Mining in the Pacific States of North America by John Shertzer Hittell (1862)
"The cradler nas a large iron spoon, with which he occasionally scrapes over and loosens the dirt that has lodged above the riffle bars, and several times in ..."

10. The Temperance Reformation: Its History, from the Organization of the First by Lebbeus Armstrong (1853)
"At noon he was drunk on his bed of rye, and could not be awaked (by a cradler still in the field) to go to dinner. Immediately after dinner, the half-sober ..."

11. Practical Notes Made During a Tour in Canada: And a Portion of the United by Adam Fergusson (1833)
"Each cradler has a man to bind, and a man with a rake is attached to every two ... Hence if we take the wages of a cradler at 2 dollars or 9s. per day, ..."

12. Practical Notes Made During a Tour in Canada: And a Portion of the United by Adam Fergusson (1834)
"Each cradler has a man to bind, and a man with a rake is attached to every two ... Hence if we take the wages of a cradler at 2 dollars or 9s. per day, ..."

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