Definition of Teemers

1. Noun. (plural of teemer) ¹



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Definition of Teemers

1. teemer [n] - See also: teemer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Teemers

teed off
teehee
teeing
teeing ground
teeing off
teek
teel
teel oil
teels
teelseed
teelseeds
teem
teem in
teemed
teemer
teemers (current term)
teemful
teeming
teemingly
teemingness
teemingnesses
teemless
teems
teen
teen-age
teen-aged
teen-ager
teen-agers
teenage
teenaged

Literary usage of Teemers

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1. Industrial Problems and Disputes by George Ranken Askwith Askwith (1921)
"This was particularly the case with men employed in the coal exporting ports ; and for similar reasons large numbers of seamen, coal-trimmers and teemers, ..."

2. British Manufacturing Industries by George Phillips Bevan, Bevan, George Phillips, 1829?-1889 (1876)
"The " tilters" are the men who hammer the steel into rods and bars as required; while the " teemers " empty the crucible steel, while in a liquid state, ..."

3. Liquid Steel: Its Manufacture and Cost by David Carnegie, Sidney C. Gladwyn (1913)
"Two teemers and fillers. Two moulders. One cover man. One gas-producer man. One coal wheeler. Some of the men are employed on piecework, ..."

4. A Dutch Source for Robinson Crusoe: The Narrative of the El-ho "Sjouke by Hendrik Smeeks, Lucius Lee Hubbard (1921)
"... en teemers, die niet glad van tong zijn. Zy gelooven hier, dat alle, of de meeste fouten, welke veele menschen als eigen zijn, zy die in haare Jeugd, ..."

5. Elementary Practical Metallurgy: Iron and Steel by Percy Longmuir (1905)
"For still heavier ingots two " doubled " pots may be required, in which case two teemers are necessary, the second one following on just before the first ..."

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