Definition of Carvers

1. Noun. (plural of carver) ¹



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Definition of Carvers

1. carver [n] - See also: carver

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Carvers

carved
carved in stone
carvedilol
carvel
carvel-built
carvelbuilt
carvels
carven
carvene
carveol
carveols
carveout
carveouts
carver
carveries
carvers (current term)
carvery
carves
carvies
carving
carving fork
carving knife
carving knives
carvings
carvol
carvols
carvomenthol
carvomenthone
carvone
carvones

Literary usage of Carvers

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1. Wood Carving: Design and Workmanship by George Jack (1903)
"The tools used by carvers consist for the most part of chisels and gouges of ... The number of tools required by professional carvers for one piece of work ..."

2. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman's Work / by Virginia Penny by Virginia Penny, Penny, Virginia, b. 1826 (1863)
"carvers. The word " carver " is rather extensive in its application, being applied alike to one who cuts stone, wood, or metal. carvers of stone and metal ..."

3. Ivory and the Elephant in Art, in Archaeology, and in Science by George Frederick Kunz (1916)
"IVORY carvers OF ALL LANDS AND OF ALL TIMES AARTS, A. Sculptor. ... carvers of the Erbach (Odenwald) school in the middle of the eighteenth century. ..."

4. The Expert Waitress: A Manual for the Pantry, Kitchen, and Dining-room by Anne Frances Springsteed Cole, Anne Frances Springsteed (1894)
"It is safest to replace carvers in their own cases. When they are laid in a drawer, it is well to keep each one in its own simple case of heavy gray flannel ..."

5. Wages and Earnings of the Working Classes: Report to Sir Arthur Bass, M.P. by Leone Levi (1885)
"carvers.—Mostly time-work. Wages vary very much, according to skill—from 9d. to ... WOOD carvers AND TOY MAKERS. SUB-ORDER 3. THE wages in these occupations ..."

6. Special Bulletin by New York (State). Dept. of Labor (1901)
"4.50 for cutters and $o for carvers—an advance of 50 cents per day for both classes, and the jurisdiction of the union is to extend twenty- five miles from ..."

7. The Up-to-date Waitress by Janet McKenzie Hill (1906)
"WASHING STEEL KNIVES AND carvers After washing the blades of steel knives, scour them with Bristol brick ... Use only lukewarm water in caring for carvers. ..."

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