Definition of Pumpers

1. Noun. (plural of pumper) ¹



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Definition of Pumpers

1. pumper [n] - See also: pumper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pumpers

pump well
pumpable
pumpage
pumpages
pumped
pumped(p)
pumped-up
pumped-up(a)
pumped up
pumped up(p)
pumpellyite
pumpellyites
pumper
pumpernickel
pumpernickels
pumpers (current term)
pumphood
pumphoods
pumping
pumping iron
pumping lemma
pumping lemmas
pumping lemmata
pumping station
pumping up
pumpion
pumpions
pumpjack
pumpjacks
pumpjet

Literary usage of Pumpers

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1. Sketches in Crude Oil: Some Accidents and Incidents of the Petroleum by John James McLaurin (1896)
"2, thirty rods west, was a small affair. Dusters and light pumpers studded the road from Criswell to Petrolia, with the Hazelwood Oil-Company's ..."

2. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1920)
"It, therefore, is advisable to lay 3-in. hose lines from pumpers to the entrance of buildings and to ladder pipes, turret nozzles, deluge sets and water ..."

3. Impact of Rice Research by Prabhu L. Pingali, Mahabub Hossain, International Rice Research Institute (1998)
"A holder of a title to a stock of water could still face increasing extraction costs imposed by the usage rates of other pumpers, but these effects could be ..."

4. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1903)
"Polishers' helpers. Porters. Porters, baggage. Porters, station. Porters and cleaners. Porters and cooks. Porters and pumpers. Porters, drawing room cars. ..."

5. Property Rights: A Practical Guide to Freedom and Prosperity by Terry Lee Anderson, Laura E. Huggins (2003)
"Like several children drinking with straws from the same soda, each pumper has an incentive to pump fast, leaving less oil or water for other pumpers. ..."

6. The Science of Railways by Marshall Monroe Kirkman (1904)
"Polishers. Polishers' helpers. Porters. Porters, baggage. Porters, station. Porters and cleaners. Porters and cooks. Porters and pumpers. ..."

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