Definition of Furlers

1. furler [n] - See also: furler



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Furlers

furin
furioso
furiosos
furious
furious rabies
furiously
furiousness
furkid
furkids
furl
furlable
furlana
furlanas
furled
furler
furlers (current term)
furless
furlessness
furlike
furlined
furling
furlong
furlongs
furlough
furloughed
furloughing
furloughs
furls
furmenties
furmenty

Literary usage of Furlers

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1. American Apprenticeship and Industrial Education by Paul Howard Douglas (1921)
"They comprise practically all of the furlers, rovers, drawers-in, sewers and menders, spoolers, and twisters. Loom fixers are again entirely men, ..."

2. The Maritime History of Massachusetts, 1783-1860 by Samuel Eliot Morison (1921)
"... to be 'yard-arm furlers' and 'buntline reefers' — in other words, malingerers. Others watched their chance to start a mutiny; and yet others, ..."

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