Definition of Scoopers

1. Noun. (plural of scooper) ¹



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Definition of Scoopers

1. scooper [n] - See also: scooper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scoopers

scoog
scooged
scooging
scoogs
scoop
scoop out
scoop shot
scoop shovel
scoop up
scoop wheel
scoop wheels
scoopable
scooped
scooped up
scooper
scoopers (current term)
scoopful
scoopfuls
scooping
scooping up
scoopings
scooplike
scoops
scoops up
scoopsful
scoopstone
scoopstones
scoopula
scoopwheel
scoopwheels

Literary usage of Scoopers

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1. Annual Report (1899)
"men at each elevator where such suspension takes place and that the men employed shall be hired by the temporary or permanent boss scoopers except in cases ..."

2. The Veto Power of the Governor of Illinois by Niels Henriksen Debel (1917)
"Upon appeal to the president of the international union, it was decided that the boss scoopers must also be known to the superintendent. ..."

3. The Veto Power of the Governor of Illinois by Niels Henriksen Debel (1917)
"Upon appeal to the president of the international union, it was decided that the boss scoopers must also be known to the superintendent. ..."

4. Reports of the Immigration Commission by William Paul Dillingham (1911)
"When scoops are used the scoopers take the 30-quart boxes with them into the bog and drag them behind, emptying the berries into them from ..."

5. Mrs. Henry J. Chase's Cook Book: A Book of Proven Recipes by Henry J. Chase (1906)
"scoopers. Vegetables intended to be cut with these scoopers must previously be peeled. Carrots, turnips, beets and potatoes can be cut to the shape of balls ..."

6. The Social Welfare Forum: Official Proceedings ... Annual Forum by National Conference on Social Welfare, American Social Science Association, Conference of Charities (U.S., Conference of Charities (U.S.), National Conference of Social Work (U.S. (1888)
"We have a very large body of so-called scoopers, and I think there are very few ... The bosses are employed to load the grain, and they employ the scoopers. ..."

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