Definition of Rippiers
1. rippier [n] - See also: rippier
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Literary usage of Rippiers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The History and Antiquities of the Ancient Town and Port of Rye, in the by William Holloway (1847)
"Surrounded by deep water, and having many adjacent bays and inlets, the fish were both good and abundant ; so that the rippiers of Rye, that furnished ..."
2. The Angler's Note-book and Naturalists Record: A Repertory of Fact, Inquiry by Thomas Satchell (1888)
"In-East Sussex "these fish carriers are termed rippiers, a name derived from the Icelandic /trip, a basket. The term occurs in an Act of Parliament of 1709, ..."
3. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"You now amids our Muses Smithfield are, To sell your Pegasus, where hackney ware (Rid by the swish swash rippiers of the time, Pamper' d and fronted with a ..."
4. Publications by Musical Antiquarian Society (1844)
"You now amids our Muses Smithfield are, To sell your Pegasus, where hackney ware (Rid by the swish swash rippiers of the time, Pamper'd and fronted with a ..."
5. A Survey of London by John Stow (1908)
"84 and passim. rills or rillet«, i. 14. ring of nine bells, a, well tuned, i. 142. Ringleaders of Inquests defined, i. 191. Rippers or rippiers of Rye, i. ..."