Definition of Stuccoers

1. Noun. (plural of stuccoer) ¹



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Definition of Stuccoers

1. stuccoer [n] - See also: stuccoer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stuccoers

stubborn as a mule
stubborner
stubbornest
stubbornly
stubbornness
stubbornnesses
stubborns
stubby
stubless
stublike
stubs
stubtail
stucco
stuccoed
stuccoer
stuccoers (current term)
stuccoes
stuccoing
stuccolike
stuccos
stuccowork
stuccoworks
stuck
stuck-up
stuck on
stuck up
stuck with(p)
stucke
stuckholder
stuckholders

Literary usage of Stuccoers

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1. A Memoir of the Construction, Cost, and Capacity of the Croton Aqueduct by Charles King (1843)
"... stuccoers, and other workmen. A portion of these were lodged in the city, in order to execute with promptness such repairs, as, without being extensive, ..."

2. A Memoir of the Construction, Cost, and Capacity of the Croton Aqueduct by Charles King (1843)
"... stuccoers, and other workmen. A portion of these were lodged in the city, in order to execute with promptness such repairs, as, without being extensive, ..."

3. The Architecture of Marcus Vitruvius Pollio by Vitruvius Pollio, Joseph Gwilt (1874)
"It is then collected, and some part of it is tempered with gum, to make ink for transcribers; the remainder is used by stuccoers in colouring walls, ..."

4. Woodward's National Architect: Containing ... Original Designs, Plans and ...by George Evertson Woodward, Edward G. Thompson by George Evertson Woodward, Edward G. Thompson (1869)
"... Carriage Makers, Carvers, Sculptors, Stone Cutters, stuccoers and Plasterers, Decorators, Designers, Engravers and Lithographers, Founders, Gilders, ..."

5. Cyclopedia of Architecture: Historical, Descriptive, Typographical by Robert Stuart (1854)
"These tribes were composed of different classes of individuals- — comptrollers', keepers of the castellum, inspectors, paviors, stuccoers, and other workmen ..."

6. Emigration and Immigration: Reports of the Consular Officers of the United by United States Dept. of State (1887)
"Journeymen painters and paper-hangers receive 71 cents per day; fresco painters and stuccoers from $4.75 to $7.15 per week ; whitewashes from 59 J to 71 ..."

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