Definition of Rinsers
1. Noun. (plural of rinser) ¹
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Definition of Rinsers
1. rinser [n] - See also: rinser
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Literary usage of Rinsers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. In the Land of the Lion and Sun, Or, Modern Persia: Being Experiences of by Charles James Wills (1891)
"Daily round—The river—Calico rinsers—Worn-out mules and horses— Mode of treating the printed calico—Imitations of marks on T-cloths— Rise of the waters of ..."
2. The New International Encyclopædia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1902)
"Pressure fillers, like the rinsers, are also mounted so that they may be revolved. ... The bottles are then placed upside down on rinsers, the essential ..."
3. Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan: Including a Summer in the Upper Karun by Isabella Lucy Bird (1891)
"... with the rinsers of dyed and printed calicoes, and with mighty heaps of their cottons. Hundreds of pieces after the rinsing are laid closely together to ..."
4. The Water Supply of Towns and the Construction of Waterworks: A Practical by William Kinnimond Burton (1894)
"When it is required to clean or scour the precipitating tanks, the rinsers are set in motion, and the precipitate is quickly removed from the platforms. ..."
5. The New International Encyclopaedia edited by Daniel Coit Gilman, Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Moore Colby (1906)
"The bottles are then placed upside down on rinsers, the essential ... Pressure fillers, like the rinsers, are also mounted sp that they may be revolved. ..."
6. Rock Phosphates and Other Mineral Fertilisers: Their Origin, Value, and by Charles Chewings (1903)
"One or two revolving shafts are fixed and mounted with spirally-arranged blades in these boxes, which discharge into rinsers, of wire cloth or punched sheet ..."
7. The Holy Bible by Canadian Bible Society (1851)
"... will not move them with one of their rinsers. 5 But all their works they do for to be seen of Tuen : they make, broad their phylacteries, ..."
8. Textiles: A Handbook for the Student and the Consumer by Mary Schenck Woolman, Ellen Beers Mcgowan (1920)
"The first bowls are scourers and are filled with warm, soapy, alkaline water; the last bowls are rinsers. A ducker plate pushes the wool on to the liquid. ..."