Definition of Fabber

1. Noun. A small manufacturing plant able to make solid, three-dimensional objects from digital data ¹



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Definition of Fabber

1. fab [adj] - See also: fab

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fabber

fa la
fa shizzle
fa veolus
faaing
faan
faas
fab lab
fab labs
fabaceous
fabada
fabada asturiana
fabadas
fabavirus
fabaviruses
fabbed
fabber (current term)
fabbers
fabbest
fabbier
fabbing
fabbo
fabby
fabella
fabellae
fabes con amasueles
fabian
fabianite
fabids
fabiform
fabism

Literary usage of Fabber

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1. The Bibliographer's Manual of English Literature: Containing an Account of by William Thomas Lowndes (1864)
"5e. Several tracts were published in answer to the above attack on this celebrated actress. Set. Field's Catalogue, no. 1177. fabber, John, M .A. Sermons on ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench, and by William Mawdesley Best, George James Philip Smith (1868)
"95., to order the The QUEEN cos*s °f an indictment to be paid out of the highway fabber. rate > an^ *ne Power to make that order measures the , occasions on ..."

3. Recent Economic Changes, and Their Effect on the Production and Distribution by David Ames Wells (1889)
""—SIB THOMAS fabber. Repeated investigations made in England in recent years prove that only about -06 per cent of coin is used in settling the transactions ..."

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