Definition of Morticers

1. morticer [n] - See also: morticer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Morticers

mortgage loan
mortgageable
mortgaged
mortgagee
mortgagees
mortgageless
mortgager
mortgagers
mortgages
mortgaging
mortgagor
mortgagors
mortice
morticed
morticer
morticers (current term)
mortices
mortician
morticians
morticing
mortiferous
mortific
mortification
mortifications
mortified
mortifiedness
mortifier
mortifiers
mortifies
mortify

Literary usage of Morticers

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1. Transactions of the International Engineering Congress, 1915 (1916)
"All machines are driven by individual motors, except light machines used in the pattern shop, and a few morticers and stickers in the planing mill. ..."

2. Useful Information for Engineers: Third Series. As Comprised in a Series of by William Fairbairn (1866)
"Of this machinery there were some excellent specimens in the shape of saws, cutters, planers, morticers, and groovers, which received careful attention in ..."

3. Useful Information for Engineers: Being a Series of Lectures by William Fairbairn (1866)
"Of this machinery there were some excellent specimens in the shape of saws, cutters, planers, morticers, and groovers, which received careful attention in ..."

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