Definition of Rinser

1. n. One who, or that which, rinses.



Definition of Rinser

1. Noun. One who, or that which, rinses. ¹

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Definition of Rinser

1. one that rinses [n -S] - See also: rinses

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rinser

rinkite
rinks
rinkside
rinky-dink
rinmanite
rinneite
rinning
rinpoche
rins
rinsable
rinsate
rinsates
rinse
rinse off
rinsed
rinser (current term)
rinsers
rinses
rinsible
rinsing
rinsings
riojas
riomarinaite
rioplatense
rioprostil
riot
riot control
riot control operations
riot gear
riot girl

Literary usage of Rinser

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1. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1903)
"At the discharge end, perforated lifting blades deliver the ore to the rinser, 38 inches in diameter and 20 inches long, where it is washed with clean water ..."

2. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"At the discharge end, perforated lifting blades deliver the ore to the rinser, 38 inches in diameter and 20 inches long, where it is washed with clean water ..."

3. Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards (1906)
"At the discharge end, perforated lifting blades deliver the ore to the rinser, 38 inches in diameter and 20 inches long, where it is washed with clean water ..."

4. Journeys in Persia and Kurdistan: Including a Summer in the Upper Karun by Isabella Lucy Bird (1891)
"Along the channels among the shingle banks are rows of old millstones, and during much of the day a rinser stands in front of each up to his knees in water. ..."

5. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1903)
"Along the tops of the tubs has been fitted the rinser with twelve upright jets, so that after the bottles have been soaked in soda solution and washed, ..."

6. Electrical Installations of the United States Navy: A Manual of the Latest by Burns Tracy Walling, Julius Martin (1907)
"There are two compartments called the washer and the rinser. ... The water in the rinser compartment is kept at the boiling point and holds clean pure water ..."

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