Definition of Scalloper

1. n. One who fishes for scallops.



Definition of Scalloper

1. Noun. One who fishes for scallops. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Scalloper

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Medical Definition of Scalloper

1. One who fishes for scallops. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scalloper

scaling laws
scalings
scaliola
scall
scallawag
scallawags
scalled
scallies
scallion
scallions
scallop
scallop shell
scallop theorem
scallop theorems
scalloped
scalloper (current term)
scallopers
scallopine
scalloping
scallopini
scallopinis
scallops
scalls
scally
scallywag
scallywags
scalogram
scalograms
scaloppine
scaloppines

Literary usage of Scalloper

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1. ... A Report Upon the Mollusk Fisheries of Massachusetts by David Lawrence Belding (1909)
"When the catch was large at the first of the season more openers were engaged, — often as many as 3 to a scalloper. One- tenth of the number are women. ..."

2. The Gentleman's Magazine (1905)
"l Johnson himself was a Glass scalloper,* whose shop appears to have occupied the site of what is now the " Chandos" tavern, at the south-eastern corner of ..."

3. Household Engineering: Scientific Management in the Home by Christine Frederick, American School of Home Economics (1919)
"... Vegetable scalloper 25 Strawberry huiler 05 MEASURING DEVICES No kitchen is complete without accurate measures. They are necessary to good cooking and ..."

4. The Story of Charing Cross and Its Immediate Neighbourhood by J. Holden Macmichael (1906)
"l Johnson himself was a Glass scalloper,2 whose shop appears to have occupied the site of what is now the " Chandos" tavern, at the south-eastern corner of ..."

5. A Report Upon the Scallop Fishery of Massachusetts: Including the Habits by David Lawrence Belding (1910)
"The blade of the dredge consists of a thin rope with attached leads. The net is made wholly of twine, and is about 2^/2 feet long. Outfit of a scalloper. ..."

6. The Oyster Industry. by Ernest Ingersoll, United States Bureau of Fisheries (1881)
"scalloper.—A scallop-fisher. SCALLOPING.—Fishing for scallops. SCALLOP-NET.—The small dredge used in catching scallops. (New Bedford.) Scoop. ..."

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