Definition of Coalers

1. Noun. (plural of coaler) ¹



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Definition of Coalers

1. coaler [n] - See also: coaler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coalers

coal worker's pneumoconiosis
coala
coalas
coalball
coalbed
coalbed methane
coalbeds
coalbin
coalbins
coalbox
coalboxes
coaled
coaler
coaleries
coalers (current term)
coalery
coalesce
coalesced
coalescence
coalescences
coalescency
coalescent
coalescents
coalescer
coalescers
coalesces
coalescing
coalface
coalfaces

Literary usage of Coalers

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1. The Man Roosevelt: A Portrait Sketch by Francis Ellington Leupp (1904)
"... LARGER GOOD" AND "THE BEST HE COULD" The Cuban reciprocity fight—Buying coalers for the navy—An attorney rebuked—New York liquor law enforcement—The ..."

2. The Investor's Catechism by Marcus Mathias Reynolds (1909)
"The leading railroads known as coalers are the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, Delaware & Hudson, Jersey Central, and Reading. What are COLLATERALS ? ..."

3. Our Country: East (1898)
"In Pennsylvania, for instance, many of the smelting companies own timbered land and employ charcoal-burners, or coalers, as they call themselves, ..."

4. How to Invest and how to Speculate: Explanatory of the Details of Stock by C H. Thorpe (1901)
"When trade becomes brisk, the " soft-coalers" feel the effects at once, for it is the bituminous coal which is the factory coal. The anthracite is the hard ..."

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