Definition of Rattlers

1. Noun. (plural of rattler) ¹



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Definition of Rattlers

1. rattler [n] - See also: rattler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rattlers

rattlebox
rattleboxes
rattlebrain
rattlebrained
rattlebrains
rattled
rattlehead
rattleheaded
rattleheads
rattlemice
rattlemouse
rattlepate
rattlepated
rattlepates
rattler
rattlers (current term)
rattles
rattlesnake's master
rattlesnake bite
rattlesnake fern
rattlesnake master
rattlesnake orchid
rattlesnake plantain
rattlesnake root
rattlesnake weed
rattlesnakes
rattletrap
rattletraps
rattleweed

Literary usage of Rattlers

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1. Timehri: The Journal of the Royal Agricultural and Commercial Society of by Royal Agricultural and Commercial Society of British Guiana (1891)
"Young rattlers.—In the opening paper of the journal ... account of the development of this curious appendage, as observed in the young rattlers from birth. ..."

2. A Pioneer Outline History of Northwestern Pennsylvania by William James McKnight (1905)
"... but what they kill themselves, we conceived the idea of furnishing his king- Rattlesnake Pete catching banded rattlers in Venango County ship a repast. ..."

3. Official Proceedings for the Annual Convention by American Society for Municipal Improvements (1897)
"... and thirty revolutions per minute was chosen, since this was about the average speed of rattlers in general use. Revolutions per Minute. Fig. 3. ..."

4. Manual Training--play Problems: Constructive Work for Boys and Girls Based by William Samuel Marten (1917)
"... outside thickness of the box plus the depth of each hole previously bored into the handle and the washer. The reason for these dimensions can rattlers ..."

5. The Science of Foxhunting and Management of the Kennel by Knightley William Horlock (1868)
"Different standards of foxhounds—The Craven and HH packs —The late Sir John Cope and his rattlers—Bramshill, and the old oak chest—The multum in ..."

6. A Pioneer Outline History of Northwestern Pennsylvania, Embracing the by William James McKnight (1905)
"... banded rattlers in Venango County ship a repast. Mr. Robert Scofield went out and captured a large field-mouse (not mole) and brought it in, and, ..."

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