Definition of Latherers

1. latherer [n] - See also: latherer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Latherers

lath-shaped
lath and plaster
lathe
lathe carrier
lathed
lathee
lathees
lathelike
lathen
lather
lather, rinse, repeat
lather up
lathered
lathered up
latherer
latherers (current term)
latherier
lathering
lathering up
latherings
lathers
lathers up
lathery
lathes
lathework
lathi
lathier
lathiest
lathing
lathings

Literary usage of Latherers

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1. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1891)
"by Mrs. Frances H. Burnett: "The Winds, the Woods, and the Wanderer," by Lily P. Wesselhoeft ; " The Kelp- (latherers." a story of the Maine coast, ..."

2. Walt Whitman: The Poet of the Wider Selfhood by Mila Tupper Maynard (1903)
"... to sing a song, or play on the banjo, Preferring scars, and faces pitted with small-pox, over all latherers, and those who keep out of the sun. ..."

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