Definition of Trepanners

1. trepanner [n] - See also: trepanner



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trepanners

trenises
trental
trentals
trente-et-quarante
trenton period
treosulfan
trepan
trepanation
trepanations
trepaned
trepang
trepangs
trepaning
trepanned
trepanner
trepanners (current term)
trepanning
trepans
trepeget
trephination
trephinations
trephine
trephine biopsy
trephined
trephines
trephining
trephocyte
trephones
trepid
trepidancy

Literary usage of Trepanners

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1. Frederick de Algeroy: The Hero of Camden Plains. A Revolutionary Tale by Giles Gazer (1825)
"As he passed along, supported by his two merciless trepanners, he cast a sidelong glance at his deserted residence ; and the appearance of his favourite ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1842)
"Meantime, through these outside ministers—though unaffected by their follies or errors as trepanners—the Oracle of Delphi drew that vast and comprehensive ..."

3. The Harleian Miscellany: Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1810)
"... in shoals of hectors, trepanners, gilts, pads, biters, prigs, divers, lifters, kidnappers, vouchers, mill-kens, ..."

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