Definition of Drysalters

1. Noun. (plural of drysalter) ¹



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Definition of Drysalters

1. drysalter [n] - See also: drysalter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drysalters

drynurse
drynursed
drynurses
drynursing
dryobalanops
dryolestid
dryolestids
dryopithecine
dryopithecines
drypis
drypoint
drypoints
drys
drysalter
drysalteries
drysalters (current term)
drysaltery
drysdallite
drystone
drystones
drysuit
drysuited
drysuits
dryte
dryth
dryths
drytt
drywall
drywalled
drywaller

Literary usage of Drysalters

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1. At the General Assembly of the State of Rhode-Island and Providence by Rhode Island (1912)
"561 Harry Hurvitz pardoned and released from imprisonment in 563 Deaconess Home of the Methodist Episcopal Church, charter of, amended 468 drysalters ..."

2. The Chemical Trade Journal (1890)
"In certain drugs Stubbs had told him to distribute the orders as equally as possible, among different drysalters; for instance, he had been told to ..."

3. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1896)
"... Droylsden, and to trade as chemists, drysalters, etc. The subscribers to the memorandum of association are:—T. Worth, Kdge- lane Rubber Works, ..."

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