Definition of Fellmongered
1. fellmonger [v] - See also: fellmonger
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Literary usage of Fellmongered
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Raw Wools, and Specimens to Illustrate the Wollen Manufacture by Alfred Hawkesworth (1892)
"In scouring fellmongered wool there is a little more difficulty in obtaining that most valuable requisite—colour—than there is with the greasy wool. ..."
2. Manuals of Emergency Legislation: War Material Supplies Manual by Great Britain, Charles Archer Cook (1918)
"which would when fellmongered produce an Extra pelt, but shall salt them immediately on receipt thereof and keep them for inspection by a person authorised ..."
3. The Principles of Leather Manufacture by H[enry] R[ichardson] Procter (1903)
"137) would answer well for fellmongered skins, as goods will keep for a considerable length of time uninjured after treatment with calcium chloride. ..."
4. Leather Manufacture: A Practical Handbook of Tanning, Currying, and Chrome by Alexander Watt (1906)
"... been properly conducted or clumsily and carelessly performed; am! it is well known that fellmongered skins have frequently exhibited unmistakable signs ..."