Definition of Crocheters

1. Noun. (plural of crocheter) ¹



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Definition of Crocheters

1. crocheter [n] - See also: crocheter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crocheters

croceate
crocein
croceine
croceines
croceins
croceous
crocetin
croche
croches
crochet
crochet hook
crochet needle
crochet stitch
crocheted
crocheter
crocheters (current term)
crocheting
crochets
crochetwork
croci
crocidismus
crocidolite
crocidolites
crocin
crocine
crock
crock of gold
crock pot
crock pots

Literary usage of Crocheters

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1. Monographic Medicine by William Robie Patten Emerson, Guido Guerrini, William Brown, Wendell Christopher Phillips, John Whitridge Williams, John Appleton Swett, Hans Günther, Mario Mariotti, Hugh Grant Rowell (1916)
"... piano players, telegraph operators, typewriters, milkers, machinists, drummers, seamstresses, crocheters, cigar makers, hammer and file makers, ..."

2. Gaspard de Coligny: Admiral of France by Arthur Whiston Whitehead (1904)
"... and such as cry things to sell, and crocheters, set upon him with stones; and then out come the handicraftsmen and idle apprentices with swords, ..."

3. The World's Congress of Representative Women: A Historical Résumé for by May Wright Sewall (1894)
"... 22 to 39 Lacemakers and embroiderers 42 crocheters, knitters, and lacemakers 84 Bleachers, dyers, and pressers 35 Bookbinders 25 Passementerie makers 56 ..."

4. Second Report of the Factory Investigating Commission, 1913 by George Moses Price, James P. Whiskeman, Elizabeth C. Watson, Zenas L. Potter, Charles Baskerville, Charles F. McKenna, Charles T. Graham Rogers, John H. Vogt, George A. Hall, Pauline Dorothea Goldmark (1913)
"In recent years a great deal of this work is being done by machine crocheters, and it is only special work that is done by hand. For this inspectors were ..."

5. Housing Conditions of Employed Women in the Borough of Manhattan: A Study by Katharine Bement Davis, Hester Donaldson Jenkins (1922)
"... 7 Clerical Workers 100 Designers and Fashion Artists 10 Domestic Workers ' 65 Elevator Girls 11 Embroiderers and crocheters 26 Factory Hands 145 Feather ..."

6. The Common Law by Robert William Chambers (1911)
"... perfectly shod foot and silken ankle to the rage of the crocheters on the veranda, said dreamily : " The unfortunate thing about us is that we know too ..."

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