Definition of Telegraphers

1. Noun. (plural of telegrapher) ¹



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Definition of Telegraphers

1. telegrapher [n] - See also: telegrapher

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telegraphers

telegrams
telegraph
telegraph code
telegraph codes
telegraph form
telegraph key
telegraph line
telegraph operator
telegraph plant
telegraph pole
telegraph post
telegraph posts
telegraph wire
telegraphed
telegrapher
telegraphers (current term)
telegraphese
telegrapheses
telegraphic
telegraphic signal
telegraphical
telegraphically
telegraphies
telegraphing
telegraphings
telegraphist
telegraphists
telegraphs
telegraphy
teleguidance

Literary usage of Telegraphers

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1. Biennial Report by Washington (State). Bureau of Labor (1906)
"STRIKE OR LOCKOUT OF THE ORDER OF RAILROAD telegraphers. The strike of the telegraphers of the Northern Pacific and Great Northern Railroads, of rather the ..."

2. Research Report by National Industrial Conference Board (1922)
"telegraphers Qualifications and Training The classification ... In the case of agents at small stations, telegraphers and telegraph clerks with but little ..."

3. Workers of the Nation: An Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the American by Gilson Willets (1903)
"3. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen. 4. The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. 5. The Order of Railroad telegraphers. 6. The Brotherhood of Railroad ..."

4. Information Annual ...: A Continuous Cyclopedia and Digest of Current Events (1917)
"HB Morey, chairman of the telegraphers' committee which failed in its negotiations with the railroad companies, testified, July 8, that telegraphers ..."

5. Information Annual (1917)
"HB Morey, chairman of the telegraphers' committee which failed in its negotiations with the railroad companies, testified, July 8, that telegraphers ..."

6. Special Bulletin by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1903)
"telegraphers will be notified within five days when overtime is not allowed as per overtime ... telegraphers summoned to service outside of regular hours, ..."

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