Definition of Coppersmiths

1. Noun. (plural of coppersmith) ¹



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Definition of Coppersmiths

1. coppersmith [n] - See also: coppersmith

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coppersmiths

copperhead
copperheadism
copperheads
coppering
copperish
copperleaf
copperless
copperplate
copperplated
copperplates
copperplating
coppers
coppersmith
coppersmithies
coppersmithing
coppersmiths (current term)
coppersmithy
copperware
copperwork
copperworks
copperworm
copperworms
coppery
coppice
coppice regeneration
coppiced
coppices
coppicing
coppies
coppin

Literary usage of Coppersmiths

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1. A Bibliography of the War Cripple by Douglas Crawford McMurtrie, Institute for the Crippled and Disabled (1918)
"Some Economic Aspects of the Coppersmithing Industry NUMBER AND NATIVITY OF coppersmiths The United States census for 1910 gives the total number of ..."

2. Employment Opportunities for Handicapped Men in the Coppersmithing Trade by Bert Jasper Morris (1918)
"Some Economic Aspects of the Coppersmithing Industry NUMBER AND NATIVITY OF coppersmiths The United States census for 1910 gives the total number of ..."

3. Life in Brazil by Thomas Ewbank (1856)
"Carpenter's Bench.—Saw and Planes.— Mode of laying Floors.—Doors, Shutters, Hardware.—Pavers.—Lithography.— coppersmiths.—Lamp.—Slave Artisans.—Merchants. ..."

4. Mornings at Bow Street: A Selection of the Most Humourous and Entertaining by John Wight, George Cruikshank (1824)
"TOM CRIB AND THE coppersmiths. THE Champion of England—not he who, gallantly armed, rode proudly through ranks of assembled chivalry, and challenged the ..."

5. Hebraic Literature: Translations from the Talmud, Midrashim and Kabbala by Maurice Henry Harris (1901)
"The congregation did not sit promiscuously, but in guilds; goldsmiths apart, silversmiths apart, blacksmiths, coppersmiths, embroiderers, weavers, etc., ..."

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