Definition of Mounters

1. Noun. (plural of mounter) ¹



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Definition of Mounters

1. mounter [n] - See also: mounter

Lexicographical Neighbors of Mounters

mountebank
mountebanked
mountebankeries
mountebankery
mountebanking
mountebankish
mountebankism
mountebankisms
mountebanks
mounted
mounted infantry
mounted police
mountenance
mountenaunce
mounter
mounters (current term)
mounteth
mounting
mounting block
mounting medium
mountingly
mountings
mountkeithite
mountless
mountlet
mountlets
mounts
mounture
mounty
moup

Literary usage of Mounters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Trial Bibliography of American Trade-union Publications by George Ernest Barnett (1904)
"(See also Stove mounters', Steel Range Workers' and Pattern Fitters and Filers' International Union of North America ; Stove mounters' Union, ..."

2. History of Labour in the United States by John Rogers Commons, Don Divance Lescohier, Elizabeth Brandeis (1918)
"Troy stove mounters' strike, 363. The Cincinnati cigar makers' strike, 363. Hocking Valley coal miners' strike, 363. The vogue of the boycott, 364. ..."

3. Historical Notices of Old Belfast and Its Vicinity: A Selection from the Mss by Anna M'Cleery, William Pinkerton, O'Mellan (1896)
"Manufacturing Goldsmiths and Silversmiths DIAMOND mounters, JEWELLERS, MEDALLISTS, Watch and Clock Makers, Opticians, Engravers, ..."

4. The Midland Naturalist: Journal of the Midland Union of Natural History edited by Edward W. Badger, William Jerome Harrison, William Hillhouse (1878)
"... is so well known as to need no description ; probably no microscopist is without specimens prepared by himself, by friends, or by professional mounters. ..."

5. A Trial Bibliography of American Trade-union Publications by George Ernest Barnett (1904)
"(See also Stove mounters', Steel Range Workers' and Pattern Fitters and Filers' International Union of North America ; Stove mounters' Union, ..."

6. History of Labour in the United States by John Rogers Commons, Don Divance Lescohier, Elizabeth Brandeis (1918)
"Troy stove mounters' strike, 363. The Cincinnati cigar makers' strike, 363. Hocking Valley coal miners' strike, 363. The vogue of the boycott, 364. ..."

7. Historical Notices of Old Belfast and Its Vicinity: A Selection from the Mss by Anna M'Cleery, William Pinkerton, O'Mellan (1896)
"Manufacturing Goldsmiths and Silversmiths DIAMOND mounters, JEWELLERS, MEDALLISTS, Watch and Clock Makers, Opticians, Engravers, ..."

8. The Midland Naturalist: Journal of the Midland Union of Natural History edited by Edward W. Badger, William Jerome Harrison, William Hillhouse (1878)
"... is so well known as to need no description ; probably no microscopist is without specimens prepared by himself, by friends, or by professional mounters. ..."

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