Definition of Locater

1. Noun. A person who fixes the boundaries of land claims.

Exact synonyms: Locator
Generic synonyms: Surveyor
Derivative terms: Locate, Locate



Definition of Locater

1. Noun. Something which serves to locate ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Locater

1. one that locates [n -S] - See also: locates

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Locater

localizor
locally
locally compact
locally indicable
localness
localnesses
locals
localvore
localvores
locant
locants
locao
locatable
locate
located
locater (current term)
locaters
locates
locating
location
location, location, location
location arithmetic
location directories and signs
locational
locationality
locationally
locations
locative
locative case
locative cases

Literary usage of Locater

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1. Tool Engineering: Jigs and Fixtures by Albert Atkins Dowd, Frank W. Curtis (1922)
"The form of locater used is shown in an enlarged section. ... The end of the bushing is slotted to Enlarged Section Showing locater Fig. 84. ..."

2. Social Register, New York by Social Register Association (U.S.) (1917)
"XT it • _„ ill'""* 12 to 171 appear under the names of The locater cataloguing in one alphabetical order every name in all the Social Registers with the ..."

3. Resources of the Pacific Slope: A Statistical and Descriptive Summary of the by John Ross Browne (1869)
"The locater of any lode or ledge in this district shall be entitled to hold on each side of the ledge, lode, or lead, located by him or them, 250 feet, ..."

4. Law of Oil and Natural Gas: A Hand Book of the Statutes of Texas and the by Alfred Ernest Wilkinson, Julian Andrew Richardson (1915)
"The locater shall, within three months after the date of posting the required notice, file with the county surveyor of the county in which the land, ..."

5. Annals of the West: Embracing a Concise Account of Principal Events which by James Handasyd Perkins, John Mason Peck (1857)
"No section was to be divided, if the warrant held by the locater would cover the whole. ... Every locater was bound to begin improvements within two years, ..."

6. Reports of Cases Argued and Adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United by United States Supreme Court, Henry Wheaton (1826)
"It is not pretended, that these objects have the attribute of notoriety, and, in order to lead to their discovery, the subsequent locater is referred to the ..."

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