Definition of Extirpator

1. n. One who extirpates or roots out; a destroyer.



Definition of Extirpator

1. Noun. someone or something that extirpates ¹

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Definition of Extirpator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Extirpator

extinguishes
extinguisheth
extinguishing
extinguishment
extinguishments
extinguisht
extirp
extirpable
extirpate
extirpated
extirpates
extirpating
extirpation
extirpations
extirpative
extirpator (current term)
extirpators
extirpatory
extirped
extirper
extirpers
extirping
extirps
extispicies
extispicious
extispicy
extogenous
extol
extold
extoll

Literary usage of Extirpator

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1. General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk: Drawn Up for the by Arthur Young, Board of Agriculture (Great Britain) (1804)
"The extirpator, cr the scalp plough, as it is generally termed, is drawn by two or three horses, according to the quality of the soil, and the depth you put ..."

2. On the Agriculture of Suffolk by William Raynbird, Hugh Raynbird (1849)
"Fuller's extirpator, invented about thirty years ago by Robert Fuller, ... Fuller's extirpator.—This implement is still in use in the county of Suffolk, ..."

3. The implements of agriculture by James Allen Ransome (1843)
"FULLER'S extirpator. This implement is still in use in the county of Suffolk, but it is now generally constructed with two beams and a double row of tines ..."

4. Dictionnaire anglais-franca̧is: et français-anglais by Abel Boyer, Nicholas Salmon (1821)
"sm extirpator. EXTIRPATION, sf extirpation. EXTORQUER , va to extort, wrest or get by force or violence. EXTIRPER, т. a. to extirpate, root out. ..."

5. Lectures to Farmers on Agricultural Chemistry by Alexander Petzholdt (1846)
"In such cases, the laborer must lift up the extirpator now and then, ... The use of the extirpator is so beneficial, that it not only supersedes all plows ..."

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