Definition of Slackeners
1. slackener [n] - See also: slackener
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Literary usage of Slackeners
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Cotton Fabrics Glossary by Frank P. Bennett, & Co (1914)
"... or slackeners have been used instead of the reed motion. Then are 30 ends in each pattern, 15 of which were placed over the first anc' 15 over the ..."
2. Jacquard Weaving and Designing by T. F. Bell (1895)
"The slackeners can be arranged by leaving a few hooks apart to work them with, and cords tied to these hooks and let down at the back, in the same manner as ..."
3. Transactions of the National Association of Cotton Manufacturers by National Association of Cotton Manufacturers, New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association (1896)
"These slackeners are operated by the dobby motion, or may be attached directly to the doupe harness. It is manifest that as the dupe itself is made of a ..."
4. Cotton Weaving and Designing by John T. Taylor, Frederick Wilkinson, Harry Nisbet (1909)
"... and slackeners, as shown in the diagram, and the eight middle rows of needles for the ground or figure harness. The method of drawing the warp through ..."