Definition of Ripplers
1. rippler [n] - See also: rippler
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ripplers
Literary usage of Ripplers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. British Manufacturing Industries by George Phillips Bevan (1876)
"The ripplers may either stand, or sit astride, at opposite ends ; and a winnowing ... Each pair of ripplers should be seated, or stand at such a distance on ..."
2. The Linen Trade, Ancient and Modern by Alexander Johnston Warden (1867)
"... the plants after being laid in handfuls, as mentioned, should then be handed to the " ripplers," who pass the tops of the plant through a large comb, ..."
3. Annual Report of the American Institute of the City of New York (1862)
"The ripplers may either stand or sit astride at opposite ends. They should be at such a distance from the comb as to permit of their striking it properly ..."
4. British Farmer's Magazine (1851)
"The ripplers may either stand or sit astride at opposite ende. They should be at such a distance from the comb, as to permit of their striking it properly ..."
5. The Journal of the Royal Dublin Society by Royal Dublin Society (1866)
"At the opposite ends of this the ripplers тат either stand or sit astride, being at sui-ha distance from the comb as to allow of their striking it properly ..."