Definition of Racloirs

1. racloir [n] - See also: racloir



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Racloirs

racking off
rackingly
rackings
rackle
rackless
rackmount
rackmounts
racks
racks off
rackwork
rackworks
raclette
raclettes
racloirs (current term)
raclopride
racon
racons
raconteur
raconteured
raconteurial
raconteuring
raconteurs
racoon
racoonda
racoons
racquet
racquet-tail
racquet-tails

Literary usage of Racloirs

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1. Illustrated Technical Dictionary in Six Languages, English, German, French by Kurt Deinhardt, Alfred Schlomann (1910)
"... ur (m) scraping transporter transporteur (m) à racloirs ... (f) pushing-trough gouttière (t) mobile ou conduit (m) mobile de transporteur à racloirs ..."

2. The Men of the Barma-grande (Baoussé-Roussé): An Account of the Objects by René Verneau (1900)
"Man continued to use the hammer (percuteur); he still made blades (lames), discs, round-ended scrapers (racloirs) and borers ..."

3. American Anthropologist by American Anthropological Association (1902)
"... poing" " Its pointes a main" and " racloirs," about "pointes en ..."

4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1896)
"... or of similar ovate form worked only on one side, were unearthed in a few days, with three Mousterian racloirs, four discoidal flints, ..."

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