Definition of Primmer

1. Adjective. (comparative of prim) ¹



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Definition of Primmer

1. prim [adj] - See also: prim

Lexicographical Neighbors of Primmer

primitively
primitiveness
primitivenesses
primitives
primitivism
primitivisms
primitivist
primitivistic
primitivistically
primitivists
primitivities
primitivity
primity
primly
primmed
primmer (current term)
primmers
primmest
primming
primness
primnesses
primo
primocane
primocanes
primogenial
primogenitive
primogenitor
primogenitors
primogeniture
primogenitures

Literary usage of Primmer

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

1. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Surrogates' Courts of the by New York (State). Surrogate's Court (New York County), Charles Hood Mills (1917)
"CLARA E. primmer, Individually and as Executrix, etc., of JOHN D. primmer, ... APPEAL by the plaintiffs, Sarah S. primmer and others, from a judgment of the ..."

2. Genealogical and Personal Memorial of Mercer County, New Jersey by Francis Bazley Lee, Lewis Publishing Company (1907)
"He married Anna primmer, and they have one child, Ethel. Anna (primmer) Woodruff is the daughter of John and Sarah (Hazard) primmer, the former son of Isaac ..."

3. Printing Types: Their History, Forms, and Use; a Study in Survivals by Daniel Berkeley Updike (1922)
"... thou traffick with the beft Advantage, and crown thy Virtues with the beft Return ? GREAT-primmer ..."

4. A Bibliography of Works Relating to Dunfermline and the West of Fife by Erskine Beveridge (1901)
"The Coatbridge Public Discussion between Pastor Jacob primmer and the Rev. ... Martyrdom of Jacob primmer at the Assembly of 1899. sm 4to. ..."

5. Publications of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society by Edinburgh Bibliographical Society (1901)
"Jacob primmer and others, &c. np 1891. . Memorial as to Prelatic and Popish ... The Coatbridge Public Discussion between Pastor Jacob primmer and the Rev. ..."

6. Peg Woffington, Christie Johnstone: And Other Stories by Charles Reade (1871)
"inquired "Mrs. primmer,- coming back from the argument to the point. Eliza. " Yes, I do ! ... And I won't take it from you Mrs. primmer." Mrs primmer. ..."

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