Definition of Drablers
1. drabler [n] - See also: drabler
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Drablers
Literary usage of Drablers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"Draw up your fights and lace your drablers on.] Fights were gratings. I know not what drablers were: perhaps boarding- nettings; for they are both united by ..."
2. Capt. John Smith: Of Willoughby by Alfoed, Lincolnshire; President of by John Smith, Edward Arber (1895)
"Let falle your maine saile, on with your bonnets and drablers ... drablers. hawle close your maine bowline. ..."
3. The universal etymological English dictionaryby Nathan Bailey by Nathan Bailey (1731)
"L. LA'SKETS J lines fewn into the top- fails called bonnets and drablers, in the form of loops, by which the bonnets are laid ..."
4. A complete and universal English dictionaryby James Barclay by James Barclay (1792)
"... into the bonnets and drablers of a fhip, in order to lace rhe bonnets to the ... or the drablers to the bonnet! ..."