Definition of Crashers

1. Noun. (plural of crasher) ¹



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Definition of Crashers

1. crasher [n] - See also: crasher

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crashers

crash landing
crash landings
crash out
crash program
crash programme
crash space
crash test
crash test dummy
crash tests
crash trolley
crashable
crashdump
crashdumps
crashed
crasher
crashers (current term)
crashes
crashier
crashiest
crashing
crashing(a)
crashingly
crashless
crashlike
crashpad
crashpads
crashproof
crasht
crashworthiness
crashworthy

Literary usage of Crashers

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1. My Second Year of the War by Frederick Palmer (1917)
"XXII THE MASTERY OF THE AIR "Nose dives" and "crashers"—The most intense duels in history—Aviators the pride of nations—Beauchamp—The D'Arta- gnan of the ..."

2. My Second Year of the War by Frederick Palmer (1917)
"XXII THE MASTERY OF THE AIR " Nose dives " and " crashers"—The most intense duels in history—Aviators the pride of nations—Beauchamp—The D'Arta- gnan of the ..."

3. Commercial Nomenclature by John K. Chandler, John C. Redman, Virginia H. Wood, Caroline S. Larner (1897)
"crashers, Grain. Crushers, Ice. Crushers, Ore. Crushers, Plaster. 1 Crushers, Portable. ... crashers and Grinders, Corncob. Crusher Dies. Crusher Plates. ..."

4. The Port and Trade of London: Historical, Statistical, Local, and General by Charles Capper (1862)
"The French Government having, some years since, imposed high duties on most descriptions of oil seeds, the oil crashers of the South of France applied ..."

5. Geology and Mineral Resources of Kansas by Robert Hay (1893)
"The water running frcm the crashers and jiggers is muddy, ... The gravel from the crashers is now being shipped for ballast on railways and roads. ..."

6. British Farmer's Magazine (1867)
"Chaff cutters v hand, horse, or steam power ; corn crashers ; improved horn gear ... Cake breakers, du: cutters for hand and horse power, corn crashers, ..."

7. My Second Year of the War by Frederick Palmer (1917)
"XXII THE MASTERY OF THE AIR "Nose dives" and "crashers"—The most intense duels in history—Aviators the pride of nations—Beauchamp—The D'Arta- gnan of the ..."

8. My Second Year of the War by Frederick Palmer (1917)
"XXII THE MASTERY OF THE AIR " Nose dives " and " crashers"—The most intense duels in history—Aviators the pride of nations—Beauchamp—The D'Arta- gnan of the ..."

9. Commercial Nomenclature by John K. Chandler, John C. Redman, Virginia H. Wood, Caroline S. Larner (1897)
"crashers, Grain. Crushers, Ice. Crushers, Ore. Crushers, Plaster. 1 Crushers, Portable. ... crashers and Grinders, Corncob. Crusher Dies. Crusher Plates. ..."

10. The Port and Trade of London: Historical, Statistical, Local, and General by Charles Capper (1862)
"The French Government having, some years since, imposed high duties on most descriptions of oil seeds, the oil crashers of the South of France applied ..."

11. Geology and Mineral Resources of Kansas by Robert Hay (1893)
"The water running frcm the crashers and jiggers is muddy, ... The gravel from the crashers is now being shipped for ballast on railways and roads. ..."

12. British Farmer's Magazine (1867)
"Chaff cutters v hand, horse, or steam power ; corn crashers ; improved horn gear ... Cake breakers, du: cutters for hand and horse power, corn crashers, ..."

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