Definition of Rifflers

1. Noun. (plural of riffler) ¹



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Definition of Rifflers

1. riffler [n] - See also: riffler

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rifflers

rifeness
rifenesses
rifer
rifest
riff
riff-raff
riffage
riffages
riffed
riffier
riffiest
riffing
riffle
riffled
rifflers (current term)
riffles
riffling
riffly
riffraff
riffraffs
riffs
riffwise
riffy
rifle
rifle ball
rifle green
rifle grenade
rifle range

Literary usage of Rifflers

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1. A Catalogue of Artificial Teeth, Dental Materials, Instruments, Tools by Claudius Ash & Sons, Claudius Ash, Sons and Company (1880)
"... will fit into chucks suitable for Lathes, pages 205 to 207, and Lathe-heads, pages 208 and 210. Chucks, Steel, to carry the above. sd each 6 6 rifflers ..."

2. The File in History: A Description of the Development of the File from the (1921)
"Slightly longer than the above, but considerably heavier in stock, with more cutting surface, are the French rifflers, the set composed mostly of rasp-cut ..."

3. Drop Forging, Die Sinking and Machine Forming of Steel: Modern Shop Practice by Joseph Vincent Woodworth (1911)
"6 shows a few of the tools, scrapers, and rifflers used in the finishing work. ... Scrapers, files, rifflers, etc., used by die-sinkers. and are ground or ..."

4. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1882)
"rifflers. (Plate XV.) rifflers are usually curved at both ends, the middle portion being used for a handle. ..."

5. The Writings of George Washington by George Washington (1889)
"... and Soldiers (as well of other Regiments as the rifflers) for their alacrity yesterday, in pushing thro' the water, to get to the Enemy on ..."

6. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1898)
"... were nailed two or three little strips of wood about an inch in height, called sometimes "bars" and sometimes "rifflers" but more properly "cleats," one ..."

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