Definition of Stewer
1. one who stews [n -S] - See also: stews
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Literary usage of Stewer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report and Transactions (1864)
"Jan stewer in Western Weekly News, 30 January, 1909. RPC" No doubt a corruption of " not that I know." More usually No-tino-by. ..."
2. Highways and Byways in Devon and Cornwall: By Arthur H. Norway; with by Arthur Hamilton Norway (1904)
"... he got up to the top of the hill, All along, down along, out along Lee ; And he seed his old marc down a making her will, With Bill Brewer, Jan stewer, ..."
3. Report and Transactions of the Devonshire Association for the Advancement of (1875)
"stewer " is used about Ashburton and Torquay. ... Dust" Bock—" stewer. A dust; a fuss." Lock—" STURE. A dust raised. ..."
4. Epea Pteroenta =: Or, The Diversions of Purley by John Horne Tooke (1807)
"... nescio an a Teut. stewer, ful- " crum ; vel a nostro store, ... horreum, grana- " rium; vel fort- quasi stewer vel ..."