Definition of Pleater
1. one that pleats [n -S] - See also: pleats
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Literary usage of Pleater
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1. East of Cleveland: Moral Imagination in Industrial Culture, 1920П1940 by Richard Cartwright Austin (2004)
"Among her belongings was a pleater, a clever Yankee invention that was of great use to the ... "Could you make me a pleater like the one your wife has? ..."
2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"DAVIDGE, William pleater, American actor: b. London, England, 17 April 1814; d. Cheyenne, Wyo., 7 Aug. 1888. He made his first appearance on the stage at ..."
3. A Guide to the Best Fiction in English by William Winter, George Saintsbury, Ernest Albert Baker (1918)
".hi Burton, the Momus of his day, and much more than a satirist; William pleater Davidge, excellent low comedian; Barney Williams and his beautiful wife, ..."
4. The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography by Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1892)
"The Works, Farms &• com- pleater than any JP had seen. Land good and Provision low. 4th of 9 mo: return'd to his Companion at S. Pickering's, ..."
5. The Wallet of Time: Containing Personal, Biographical, and Critical by William Winter (1913)
"... Fifty-two years ago William pleater Davidge (1814- 1888), one of the most honest and sturdy of men, published his pamphlet called "The Drama Defended. ..."