Definition of Riveters

1. Noun. (plural of riveter) ¹



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Definition of Riveters

1. riveter [n] - See also: riveter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Riveters

riverwalks
riverward
riverwards
riverway
riverways
riverweed
riverweeds
riverwoman
rivery
rives
rivet
rivet counter
rivet line
riveted
riveter
riveters (current term)
rivethead
rivetheads
riveting
riveting machine
rivetingly
rivetings
rivetless
rivetlike
rivets
rivetted
rivetter
rivetting
riviation
rivieras

Literary usage of Riveters

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1. Dangerous Trades: The Historical, Social, and Legal Aspects of Industrial by Thomas Oliver (1902)
"Boilermakers and riveters become de at an early age, while their comrades engaged in other kinds < work in the same shipyard do not suffer. ..."

2. Safety in Building Construction by Travelers Insurance Companies (1921)
"riveters' Scaffolds. The scaffolds used by riveters are moved about so frequently that it is hardly feasible to safeguard them as completely as other types. ..."

3. Safety in Building Constructionby Travelers Insurance Companies by Travelers Insurance Companies (1921)
"riveters' Scaffolds. The scaffolds used by riveters are moved about so frequently that it is hardly feasible to safeguard them as completely as other types. ..."

4. Peat: Its Use and Manufacture by Philip R. Björling, Frederick T. Gissing (1907)
"riveters and Shop Tools. — Punching, Shearing, and Flanging Machines. — Cranes.—Coal Discharging Machines. — Drills and Cutters.—Pile Drivers, Excavators ..."

5. Constructional Steelwork: Being Notes on the Practical Aspect and the by Alfred William Farnsworth (1905)
"Coke fires are not reliable, and it seems as though their use for rivet-heating has nearly come to an end. Many foremen and riveters, finding by experience ..."

6. Industrial Fatigue and Efficiency by Horace Middleton Vernon (1921)
"per cent. of the riveters now showed a (relative) output of 15 rivets, ... Only 6.9 per cent. oi all the riveters achieved an output of 17 or more, ..."

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