Definition of Trowellers

1. troweller [n] - See also: troweller



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Trowellers

troves
trow
trowable
trowed
trowel
trowel machine
trowel machines
troweled
troweler
trowelers
trowelful
trowelfuls
troweling
trowelled
troweller
trowellers (current term)
trowelling
trowels
trowelsful
trowing
trowl
trowled
trowling
trowls
trows
trowse
trowsed
trowsers
trowth
trowths

Literary usage of Trowellers

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1. The Industries of Scotland: Their Rise, Progress, and Present Condition by David Bremner (1869)
"The " trowellers," or those who put on the ground paint, have pretty heavy work ; but as it requires less skill, they receive only from 18s. to 20s. a-week. ..."

2. The Industries of Scotland: Their Rise, Progress, and Present Condition by David Bremner (1869)
"The " trowellers," or those who put on the ground paint, have pretty heavy work ; but as it requires less skill, they receive only from 18s. to 20s. a-week. ..."

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