Definition of Screwers

1. Noun. (plural of screwer) ¹



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Definition of Screwers

1. screwer [n] - See also: screwer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Screwers

screwball comedies
screwball comedy
screwballer
screwbean
screwbean mesquite
screwbeans
screwcapped
screwdriver
screwdrivers
screwed
screwed the pooch
screwed up
screwer
screwers (current term)
screwier
screwiest
screwiness
screwinesses
screwing
screwing off
screwing over
screwing the pooch
screwings
screwlike
screws
screws the pooch
screwtape
screwtaped

Literary usage of Screwers

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1. Labor in Europe and America: A Special Report on the Rates of Wages, the by Edward Young (1875)
"Boiler-makers Millwrights Planers Turners screwers Drillers Apprentices Carters , Laborers IRON-FOUNDERS, ETC. : Occupation. $0 68 to $1 09 50 to 93 32 Per ..."

2. National Insurance by Arthur Strettell Comyns Carr, William Hubert Stuart Garnett, James Henry Taylor, Great Britain (1913)
"... firm of cart and carriage axle makers, and engaged as:— (1) Axle nut and washer drop forgers, cap screwers, turners, and casters; (2) Axle l>ox ..."

3. Ocean Life in the Old Sailing Ship Days: From Forecastle to Quarter-deck by John D. Whidden (1908)
"The songs or " chanties " from hundreds of these gangs of cotton-screwers could be heard all along the river front, day after day, making the levees of New ..."

4. Ocean Life in the Old Sailing Ship Days: From Forecastle to Quarter-deck by John D. Whidden (1908)
"The songs or " chanties " from hundreds of these gangs of cotton-screwers could be heard all along the river front, day after day, making the levees of New ..."

5. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
"... rely upon manual dexterity, and comprise pick-pockets, prop-nailers, thimble- screwers, and shop-lifters. ..."

6. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
"... rely upon manual dexterity, and comprise pick-pockets, prop-nailers, thimble- screwers, and shop-lifters. ..."

7. The Criminal Prisons of London, and Scenes of Prison Life by Henry Mayhew, John Binny (1862)
"... screwers," who wrench off watches; and shoplifters, who purloin goods from shops; (ii. ..."

8. Report of the Annual Meeting (1866)
"Of these the three chief branches are the stockers, screwers, and finishers. Each of these branches, with its subbranches, is estimated to ..."

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