Definition of Pinners

1. Noun. (plural of pinner) ¹



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Definition of Pinners

1. pinner [n] - See also: pinner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinners

pinnas
pinnate
pinnate leaf
pinnated
pinnately
pinnatifid
pinnatilobate
pinnation
pinnations
pinnatipartite
pinnatiped
pinnatipeds
pinnatisect
pinned
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pinners (current term)
pinnet
pinnets
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pinnies
pinniform
pinnigrada
pinnigrade
pinnigrades
pinning
pinnings
pinniped
pinniped mammal
pinnipedes
pinnipedia

Literary usage of Pinners

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1. The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in by Walter Wilson (1808)
"24, 25 ; Mr. Barber prayed; Mr. James Knight preached to the church; Mr. Ford, of Stepney, concluded the business of the day with prayer. pinners'-HALL. ..."

2. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"CHAPTER XX COMMODES, MOBS, AND pinners " There is not so variable a thing in nature as a ... pinners."

3. Religious Thought in England, from the Reformation to the End of Last by John Hunt (1871)
"... ment at church, went to worship at pinners' Hall, with th • sword of office carried before him. Rigid Churchmen wer offended that he had gone in state ..."

4. Brand's Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Faiths and Folklore; a by John Brand (1905)
"... And pinners fluttering in the wind, That fan before and toss behind," &c. maids, bridegroom, it says : " Like streamers in the painted sky, ..."

5. Ancient Meeting-houses: Or, Memorial Pictures of Non-conformity in Old London by Godfrey Holden Pike (1870)
"pinners HALL. THERE came to London about the year 1580 a citizen of Venice, of the name of ... pinners ..."

6. The History, Opinions, and Present Legal Position of the English Presbyterians by Thomas Falconer, English Presbyterian Association (1834)
"A joint lecture at pinners' Hall was, whilst the union pinners' lasted, established. Some differences occurring, a perma- ture. nent removal of them was ..."

7. The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in by Walter Wilson (1808)
"24, 25 ; Mr. Barber prayed; Mr. James Knight preached to the church; Mr. Ford, of Stepney, concluded the business of the day with prayer. pinners'-HALL. ..."

8. Two Centuries of Costume in America, MDCXX-MDCCCXX by Alice Morse Earle (1903)
"CHAPTER XX COMMODES, MOBS, AND pinners " There is not so variable a thing in nature as a ... pinners."

9. Religious Thought in England, from the Reformation to the End of Last by John Hunt (1871)
"... ment at church, went to worship at pinners' Hall, with th • sword of office carried before him. Rigid Churchmen wer offended that he had gone in state ..."

10. Brand's Popular Antiquities of Great Britain: Faiths and Folklore; a by John Brand (1905)
"... And pinners fluttering in the wind, That fan before and toss behind," &c. maids, bridegroom, it says : " Like streamers in the painted sky, ..."

11. Ancient Meeting-houses: Or, Memorial Pictures of Non-conformity in Old London by Godfrey Holden Pike (1870)
"pinners HALL. THERE came to London about the year 1580 a citizen of Venice, of the name of ... pinners ..."

12. The History, Opinions, and Present Legal Position of the English Presbyterians by Thomas Falconer, English Presbyterian Association (1834)
"A joint lecture at pinners' Hall was, whilst the union pinners' lasted, established. Some differences occurring, a perma- ture. nent removal of them was ..."

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