Definition of Pinders

1. Noun. (plural of pinder) ¹



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Definition of Pinders

1. pinder [n] - See also: pinder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinders

pincushion
pincushion distortion
pincushion flower
pincushion hakea
pincushioned
pincushioning
pincushionings
pincushions
pinda
pindar
pindaree
pindarees
pindari
pindaris
pinder
pinders (current term)
pindling
pindolol
pindone
pindown
pindownable
pindowns
pine-barren sandwort
pine-crowned
pine-needle oil
pine-tar rag
pine-weed

Literary usage of Pinders

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1. Sword and Pen ; Or, Ventures and Adventures of Willard Glazier ... in War by John Algernon Owens (1881)
"Hoe-cake and pinders.—Woodcraft versus astronomy.—Canine foes.—Characteristics of the slave. —Meeting escaped prisoners.—Danger.—Retreat and concealment. ..."

2. Sword and Pen: Or, Venture and Adventures of Willard Glazier, in War and by John Algernon Owens, Hubbard brothers (1892)
"She did all she could."—A meal fit for the gods.—Aunt Katy.—" Lor' bress ye, marsters!"—Uncle Zeb's prayer.—Hoe-cake and pinders. ..."

3. English and Scottish Ballads by Francis James Child (1866)
"Hold thy hand, hold thy hand," said bold Robin Hood, " And my merry men stand aside ; For this is one ot' the best pinders, That with sword ever I tryed. ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law by Great Britain Bail Court (1853)
"From 1739 to 179-1 there were eight consecutive courts baron, at which certain persons were, in like manner as the pauper's father, elected pinders by the ..."

5. Preston Court Leet Records by Preston (Lancashire, England). Court Leet (1905)
"... stoole at ye Churchgate towne end before ye xxth of April!, upon paine of 13s. 4d. The pinders of this towne—that they rake and gather the sticks and ..."

6. Preston Court Leet Records by Atticus (1905)
"... stoole at ye Churchgate towne end before ye xxth of Aprill, upon paine of 13s. 4d. The pinders of this towne—that they rake and gather the sticks and ..."

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