Definition of Scallopers

1. Noun. (plural of scalloper) ¹



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Definition of Scallopers

1. scalloper [n] - See also: scalloper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scallopers

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

Literary usage of Scallopers

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1. ... A Report Upon the Mollusk Fisheries of Massachusetts by David Lawrence Belding (1909)
"Certain scallopers furnish these scallop shells, cleaned of meat, at the rate of $6 per barrel; and, though it takes considerable time to separate the ..."

2. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1916)
"... gather it up, and check it off as it leaves the room; counters and markers; skivers; nickers and scallopers; edge stain- ers, and the machinist. ..."

3. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1916)
"... gather it up, and check it off as it leaves the room; counters and markers; skivers; nickers and scallopers; edge stain- ers, and the machinist. ..."

4. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1916)
"... gather it up, and check it off as it leaves the room; counters and markers; skivers; nickers and scallopers; edge stain- ers, and the machinist. ..."

5. The Shoe Industry by Frederick James Allen (1922)
"... who give out work, gather it up, and check it off as it leaves the room; counters and markers; skivers; nickers and scallopers; edge stainers, ..."

6. Protection and Prosperity: An Account of Tariff Legislation and Its Effect by George Boughton Curtiss (1896)
"An employer who at one time employed fifty women as " scallopers " in his factory, most of whom earned 155. a week, now gives out this work to home ..."

7. London in the Reign of Victoria (1837-1897) by George Laurence Gomme (1898)
"103 Crown 7 Plate 13 Grinders 4 scallopers a Shade makers 7 Warehousemen, lamp ... 7 Warehousemen, medical ... 6 Globe makers 6 Glovers and glove ..."

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