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Definition of Razer
1. one that razes [n -S] - See also: razes
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Razer
rays of light
razer (current term)
Literary usage of Razer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Registers of Baptisms and Marriages at St. George's Chapel, May Fair by George John Armytage (1889)
"May 16 Peter razer & Margaret Brown, of Hornchurch, Essex May 17 John Baynes, of S' Mary le Strand, & Lucy Barber, of Hammersmith, May 16 John Billingsley ..."
2. Annual Register (1805)
"Both armies fortify their camps. Unfortunate action on the seventh uf October. Camp stormed. Death of General 1'razer, ..."
3. Prize essays on leprosy by Edvard Ehlers, George Newman, Samuel Patton Impey (1895)
"With fresh fish, flesh or eggs, a measure of salt was delivered (the twentieth part of a razer). When fresh fish could not be had, red herrings were served ..."