Definition of Jerquers

1. Noun. (plural of jerquer) ¹



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Definition of Jerquers

1. jerquer [n] - See also: jerquer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jerquers

jerkwater town
jerkwater towns
jerkwaters
jerky
jerky nystagmus
jerky respiration
jermoonal
jeroboam
jeroboams
jeromite
jeropiga
jeropigas
jerque
jerqued
jerquer
jerquers (current term)
jerques
jerquing
jerquings
jerran
jerreed
jerreeds
jerrican
jerricans
jerrid
jerrids
jerries
jerry-builder
jerry-building
jerry-built

Literary usage of Jerquers

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1. Ellis's British Tariff for by Robert Ellis (1839)
"jerquers' QUERIES, continued. The rule observed in London, and at certain other ports, of not sending queries to the Landing Waiters, on account of errors ..."

2. The King's Customs by Henry Atton, Henry Hurst Holland (1908)
"One of the London jerquers was charged with allowing his work to fall into arrear, paying many portages which he should have withheld, and acting corruptly ..."

3. The British Tariff for ...: Contains Amended Tables of the Duties Payable on by Edwin Beedell (1858)
"113, 1855, jerquers are to occasionally compare the visits of the Tide Surveyors as shewn in the Visitation Book with the ..."

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