Definition of Pulper

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



Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulper

pulmotors
pulp
pulp cavity
pulp fiction
pulp magazine
pulp magazines
pulp mill
pulp mills
pulpal
pulpally
pulpatoon
pulpatoons
pulpectomies
pulpectomy
pulped
pulper (current term)
pulpers
pulpier
pulpiest
pulpified
pulpifies
pulpify
pulpily
pulpiness
pulpinesses
pulping
pulpish
pulpit
pulpital
pulpited

Literary usage of Pulper

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

1. Coffee and India-rubber Culture in Mexico: Preceeded by Geographical and by Matías Romero (1898)
"Construction of 500 square yards of drying floor, at $1.25 the square yard 625 oo pulper.—A pulping machine, cost of transportation and of a building in ..."

2. A Manual of the Nílagiri District in the Madras Presidency by Henry Bidewell Grigg (1880)
"Buildings—bungalow—cooly lines—pulper-house and ... Machinery — sprouting — pulper.— Crop —picking and curing.—Enemies of the coffee plant—bug—the borer—the ..."

3. Lectures on Explosives: A Course of Lectures Prepared Especially as a Manual by Willoughby Walke (1900)
"... gun- cotton next passes to the pulper.—This machine is the ordinary "beater," "rag- engine," or Hollander," used in paper-mills, and consists of a ..."

4. Lectures on Explosives: A Course of Lectures Prepared Especially as a Manual by Willoughby Walke (1897)
"... fresh water for eight hours, again drained overnight and again washed with fresh water in the centrifugal. The gun- cotton next passes to the pulper ..."

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