Definition of Linisher
1. somebody or something that linishes [n -S]
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Literary usage of Linisher
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1. Bulletin of the Department of Labor by United States Dept. of Labor (1906)
"... garment examiner, (29) collar finisher, (30) lining linisher around armhole, (31) basting puller, (32) edge presser, (33) buttonhole cui tei'. ..."
2. A complete concordance to the sacred Scriptures, slightly condensed by Alexander Cruden (1874)
"L* the substance of things hoped for, 11.1,6; Jeans, the author nnd linisher of F. 12.2; whoso F. follow, 13. ?;—have not the F. ..."
3. Warren County History and Directory: Or, The Farmers̓ Manual and Business by Weaver & Kern (1886)
"New Andrews Wm., laborer, New Andrews Abraham, laborer, Cornish alley Andrews Geo H., gardener,- Broad Andrews Wm., wood linisher, Belvidere ave Anderson ..."
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