Definition of Bookers

1. Noun. (plural of booker) ¹



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Definition of Bookers

1. booker [n] - See also: booker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bookers

bookclub
bookclubs
bookcraft
bookcross
bookcrossed
bookcrosses
bookcrossing
bookdealer
booke
booked
bookend
bookended
bookending
bookends
booker
bookers (current term)
bookes
bookfair
bookfell
bookful
bookfuls
bookhoard
bookholder
bookholders
bookhood
bookhound
bookhounds
bookhouse
bookhouses
bookie

Literary usage of Bookers

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1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1881)
"The creek between him and the bookers was an uncertain line. ... Sometimes it neared the bookers' field, and left the whole bottom for a year or two to the ..."

2. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1893)
"bookers Legacy to poor Widows, and they are desired to bring the Executors of ... bookers Will to an immediate Settlement. Boston Ss: At a Meeting of the ..."

3. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman's Work / by Virginia Penny by Virginia Penny, Penny, Virginia, b. 1826 (1863)
"bookers cau earn from $'^.50 to $5 a week, according to skill and expedition. The tools of a worker are very simple. I think, most of the women employed in ..."

4. Makers of America: Biographies of Leading Men of Thought and Action, the Men (1915)
"... brothers, moved to Amelia County, where the family was very influential in the Revolutionary period, having as neighbors the Falks, bookers, Archers, ..."

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