Definition of Fueller

1. fueler [n -S] - See also: fueler



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fueller

fuel oils
fuel pod
fuel poverty
fuel station
fuel system
fuel tank
fuel tanks
fuel up
fueled
fueler
fuelers
fueling
fueling station
fuelings
fuelled
fueller (current term)
fuellers
fuelless
fuelling
fuelling station
fuellings
fuels
fuelwood
fuelwoods
fuenzalidaite
fuero
fueros
fuff
fuffed
fuffier

Literary usage of Fueller

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1. History of the Presbyterian Church, in the State of Illinois by Augustus Theodore Norton, David Williams Evans (1879)
"September, 1874, Charles fueller was invited to supply the pulpit at a salary ... Mr. fueller labored earnestly to lift the debt off the house of worship. ..."

2. A Select Collection of Old English Plays by William Carew Hazlitt, Robert Dodsley (1874)
"I pray thee, see the fueller 1 "In a trice" is the usual expression. See a variety of instances collected by Mr Todd in his Dictionary, but none of them ..."

3. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1862)
"Col. in the Scots fueller Guards, second son of Thomas, second Earl of Onslow. July 30. At Woodbridge House, near Guildford, aged 81, CoL the Hon. ..."

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