Definition of Removers

1. Noun. (plural of remover) ¹



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Definition of Removers

1. remover [n] - See also: remover

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Removers

removablenesses
removably
removal
removal company
removal firm
removalist
removalists
removals
remove
removeable
removed
removed(p)
removedly
removedness
remover
removers (current term)
removes
removeth
removing
remoxipride
rems
remuable
remuage
remuages
remuda
remudas
remuddle
remuddled
remuddles
remuddling

Literary usage of Removers

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1. Keeping It Clean: Removing Exterior Dirt, Paint, Stains and Graffiti from by Anne E. Grimmer (1992)
"(Many paint removers are composed primarily of sodium hydroxide—caustic soda or ... Organic Solvent Paint removers A second type of paint remover is ..."

2. Chemistry of Familiar Things by Samuel Schmucker Sadtler (1920)
"Paint and varnish removers have come into use greatly in the last ten years. ... These removers are composed of mixtures such as wood alcohol, benzol, ..."

3. Chemistry of Familiar Things by Samuel Schmucker Sadtler (1915)
"Paint and varnish removers have come into use greatly in the last ten years. ... These removers are composed of mixtures such as wood alcohol, benzol, ..."

4. Camera (1907)
"Hypo removers.—These salts are oxidizing agents and convert the hypo into other substances. The best is perhaps potassium percarbonate, which is upon the ..."

5. Camera by Columbia Photographic Society, Philadelphia (1916)
"STAIN removers A number of inquiries of late relate to the removal of stains from various causes. The British Journal of Photography recently printed the ..."

6. Technology of Cellulose Esters: A Theoretical and Practical Treatise on the by Edward Chauncey Worden (1921)
"... Grimberg,6 N. Laury,7 H. von Eicken and Maschinenbau Akt. Ges,6 A. Politzer,6 F. Sheppee and M. Shipley,10 and J. Smith.11 Paint and Varnish removers. ..."

7. Household Chemistry for the Use of Students in Household Arts by Hermann Theodore Vulté (1917)
"Soaps and soap powders. 2. Scouring powders. 3. Metal polishes. 4. Bleaches and stain removers. 5. Grease solvents. 6. ..."

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