Definition of Spikers

1. spiker [n] - See also: spiker



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spikers

spikebill
spiked
spiked loosestrife
spikefish
spikeless
spikelet
spikelets
spikelike
spikemoss
spikemosses
spikenard
spikenards
spikeproof
spiker
spikeries
spikers (current term)
spikery
spikes
spiketail
spiketails
spikey
spikier
spikiest
spikily
spikiness
spikinesses
spiking
spiks
spiky
spile

Literary usage of Spikers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Practical Track Work by Kenneth L. Van Auken (1916)
"High spikers—If the head spikers do not have time to completely drive their spikes home, a couple of spiking gangs, called high spikers, should follow along ..."

2. Pioneering in Cuba: A Narrative of the Settlement of La Gloria, the First by James Meade Adams (1901)
"The Lowells and spikers were intelligent and cultivated people who had been accustomed to a good style of ..."

3. Practical Track Work by Kenneth L. Van Auken (1915)
"The gage liner throws the rail to correct gage and holds it there while the gage spikers drive their spikes. Old experienced spikers can save a good deal of ..."

4. Practical Track Work by Kenneth L. Van Auken (1915)
"The gage liner throws the rail to correct gage and holds it there while the gage spikers drive their spikes. Old experienced spikers can save a good deal of ..."

5. Railway Track and Track Work by Edward Ernest Russell Tratman (1897)
"This is done while the line spikers are spiking their first tie, so that no time is lost, as the gage spikers start their work as soon as the gage rail is ..."

6. Railway Track and Track Work by Edward Ernest Russell Tratman (1897)
"This is done while the line spikers are spiking their first tie, so that no time is lost, as the gage spikers start their work as soon as the gage rail is ..."

7. Railway Track and Track Work by Edward Ernest Russell Tratman (1908)
"This is done while the line spikers are spiking their first rail, so that no time is lost, as the gage spikers start their work as soon as the gage rail is ..."

8. The Trackman's Helper: A Handbook for Track Foremen, Supervisors and Engineers by Joseph Kindelan (1917)
"4 to 8 Tie Nippers—Hold up ties for back spikers 6 Material and Toolmen—Distribute joint, fastenings, spikes and bolts, and look after tools 2 Water ..."

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