Definition of Frizers
1. frizer [n] - See also: frizer
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Literary usage of Frizers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Effects of the Principal Arts, Trades, and Professions, and of Civic by Charles Turner Thackrah (1832)
"frizers, who work the "nap" on the cloth, though they have not a fixed or ... frizers fortunately form but a small class. CLOTH-DRAWERS, men who draw up ..."
2. Salopian Shreds and Patches (1881)
"... AND frizers. These words occur in two acts of Parliament, ... and frizers of Shrewsbury." Calico printing was introduced into this country in the reign ..."
3. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1865)
"... or frizers, to be by them wrought and dressed," under penalty of 6s. Sd. per piece. (4 and 5 Philip and Mary, cap. 5, 1557.) The statute of 8 Elizabeth, ..."
4. The Civil, Ecclesiastical, Literary, Commercial, and Miscellaneous History by Edward Parsons (1834)
"frizers are intemperate, unhealthy, and short-lived. ... frizers fortunately form but a small class. Cloth-drawers, men who with needles draw up minute ..."
5. Workmen's Earnings, Strikes, and Savings by Samuel Smiles (1862)
"... frizers, in the reign of Elizabeth, who complained that persons neither belonging to their company, nor brought up to their trade, ' have of late with' ..."