Definition of Stencillers

1. Noun. (plural of stenciller) ¹



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Definition of Stencillers

1. stenciller [n] - See also: stenciller

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stencillers

stenched
stenches
stenchful
stenchier
stenchiest
stenching
stenchy
stencil
stencil buffer
stenciled
stenciler
stencilers
stenciling
stencilled
stenciller
stencillers (current term)
stencilling
stencils
stend
stended
stending
stends
stengah
stengahs
stenhuggarite
stenlock
stenlocks
stenned
stenning
steno

Literary usage of Stencillers

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1. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman's Work by Virginia Penny (1863)
"Card stencillers and Painters. A stencil engraver told me he cannot use acids in his work, because his lungs are weak, and it is very injurious. ..."

2. Men of the Time: Biographical Sketches of Eminent Living Characters ... Also by Alaric Alexander Watts (1856)
"We have thus endeavoured to afford our readers a notion of the genius of a painter whom the Boyal Academy, with its Pre-Raphaelites, its stencillers, ..."

3. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman's Work. By Virginia Penny by Virginia Penny (1863)
"Card stencillers and Painters. A stencil engraver told me he cannot use acids in his work, because his lungs are weak, and it is very injurious. ..."

4. The Great and Eccentric Characters of the World, Their Lives and Their Deeds (1877)
"The first improvement superadded to the daubing of the stencillers, may be said to ... it would greatly add to the less distinct work of the stencillers, ..."

5. Memorials of the Dawn of the Reformation in Europe (1847)
"The first improvement superadded to the daubing of the stencillers, may be said to have formed the discovery of wood-engraving. The outline of the figure ..."

6. Women's Work and Wages: A Phase of Life in an Industrial City by Edward Cadbury, M. CĂ©cile Matheson, George Shann (1907)
"... Japanners, Painters, stencillers, Transferors, and Scratch Brushers Bag and Box making Leather Stitchers and Machinists . ..."

7. London Labour and the London Poor: A Cyclopaedia of the Condition and by Henry Mayhew (1851)
"... men to advertising vaus, and wall and pavement stencillers.. The Street-Servants—as horse holders, link- men, coach-hirers, street-porters, ..."

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