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Definition of Trusser
1. one that trusses [n -S] - See also: trusses
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Literary usage of Trusser
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The British Essayists by James Ferguson (1823)
"... having fine grass, a strong stem, certain blower, a large trusser, the fingers a just length, a good pip for size and shape, the eye extremely white, ..."
2. Merriam Genealogy in England and America: Including the "Genealogical by Charles Henry Pope, Charles Pierce Merriam, James Sheldon Merriam, C. E. Gildersome- Dickinson (1906)
"... Merriam and Ann Merriam als trusser (wife of Thomas trusser of the City of Canterbury) Margaret Merriam and Mary Merriam plaintifs natural and lawful ..."
3. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1860)
"60 a fine habit, free trusser, excellent color and style for bedding, extra une, . 60 MISS BREEZE (Breeze), fine violet, purple or crimson, with yellow eye, ..."
4. The Hardy Country: Literary Landmarks of the Wessex Novels by Charles George Harper (1904)
"This opening scene is merely in the nature of a prologue, disclosing the itinerant hay-trusser seeking work, coming to the Fair and there selling his wife ..."
5. Forest Products, Their Manufacture and Use: Embracing the Principal by Nelson Courtlandt Brown (1919)
"The power is then released and the barrel rolled or conveyed to the trusser after leveling the staves by slamming the barrel on end on the floor. ..."
6. Paxton's Magazine of Botany, and Register of Flowering Plants by Joseph Paxton (1849)
"It is a noble trusser, the foliage good, and slightly ... V. trusser,with delicate florescence, richly marked with purplish crimson, ..."