Definition of Inflaters

1. Noun. (plural of inflater) ¹



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Definition of Inflaters

1. inflater [n] - See also: inflater

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inflaters

inflammatory papillary hyperplasia
inflammatory polyp
inflammatory pseudotumour
inflammatory response
inflammatory rheumatism
inflammed
inflatability
inflatable
inflatable cushion
inflatable implant
inflatable splint
inflatables
inflate
inflated
inflater
inflaters (current term)
inflates
inflating
inflatingly
inflatino
inflatinos
inflation
inflation rate
inflation therapy
inflationary
inflationary spiral
inflationism
inflationisms
inflationist
inflationists

Literary usage of Inflaters

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1. Moral Overstrain by George William Alger (1906)
"... can never adequately deal with our new class of big business criminals, with the men who get rich by fraud, the corporation inflaters and wreckers, ..."

2. History of Newburyport: From the Earliest Settlement of the Country to the by Euphemia Vale Blake (1854)
"... keeper of the light-houses, with suitable directions for use in case of vessels approaching under dangerous circumstances. Grappling irons, inflaters ..."

3. The Horseless Age (1909)
"... to be used on the Indian frontier for commissariat and trail-port purposes as well as in Burmah and Ceylon to act as Carbonic Acid Gas Tire inflaters. ..."

4. The American Cyclopedia of the Automobile: Or, Motor Cars and Motoring Self edited by Thomas Herbert Russell, Charles P. Root (1909)
"It is used for pump connections for inflaters or tire pumps, for joining the pipes and units of a water circulation, and often for more thoroughly ..."

5. History of San Diego, 1542-1908: An Account of the Rise and Progress of the by William Ellsworth Smythe (1907)
"... unsound, and destined to bring disappointment to the inflaters, if I may coin a word. When unimproved blocks on the highlands, far from the center, ..."

6. Steel and Iron (1902)
"... conditions to a balance^ the inflaters may rush about doing all in their power, which is happily not much, to "boom" the markets to the bursting point. ..."

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