Definition of Pargeters

1. Noun. (plural of pargeter) ¹



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Definition of Pargeters

1. pargeter [n] - See also: pargeter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pargeters

parfocalizes
parfocalizing
parfumier
parfumiers
pargana
parganas
pargasite
pargasites
parge coat
parged
parges
parget
pargeted
pargeter
pargeters (current term)
pargeting
pargetings
pargetry
pargets
pargetted
pargetting
parging
pargings
pargo
pargos
pargyline
pargyline hydrochloride
pargylines
parhelia

Literary usage of Pargeters

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1. Tales of a Grandfather by Walter Scott (1834)
"It was raised by ma- g'7^° sons and pargeters brought from Italy, who garnished the building by winding stairs, elevated it into Roman magnificence, ..."

2. Eight Chapters on the History of Work and Wages by James Edwin Thorold Rogers (1894)
"... tanners, farriers, shoemakers, tailors, smiths, carpenters, masons, tilers, pargeters, carters, and others. (6) Food must be sold -at reasonable prices. ..."

3. The Parish: Its Powers and Obligations at Law, as Regards the Welfare of by Joshua Toulmin Smith (1857)
"1 el & a qu" Item Widdow Griffin had of canvas 2 els & a quarter Item pargeters boy had of canvas 1 el & a quarter Item Margerie Aiers had of canvas 2 ellea ..."

4. Provincial Antiquities of Scotland by Walter Scott (1834)
"It was raised by ma- g'74' sons and pargeters brought from Italy, who garnished the building by winding stairs, elevated it into Roman magnificence, ..."

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