from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who fans.
- n. A fan wheel; a fan blower.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who fans.
- n. A fan wheel; a fan blower. See under Fan.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which fans.
- n. Specifically — plural A machine for winnowing grain; a fan.
- n. A blower or ventilating-fan.
Buncan tried to picture the great rhino dragging a plow, furrow after endless furrow, while some ill-tempered fanner trailing behind berated him with orders and curses in equal measure.
In exchange for some selections from Gragelouth's stock, the fanner additionally provided them with substantial supplies of dried fish, fruits, crayfish, and freshwater oysters, as well as vegetables from the garden.
The occasional fanner or traveler we saw shied away from us, no doubt thinking, True, there are only two of them, but judging from their faces, they2re the advance party for a terrible bunch of freebooters.
I believe the “fanner” is actally a large palm leaf.
This photo shows the "fanner basket," probably of African origin, used for rice and other purposes, in the lower right corner.
We can start by trying to understand exactly why we were targeted and that means facing up to the consequences of Iraq as a driver of anger, a fanner of flames.
Since rice is integral in all of the recipes, it is imperative that one has a _GOOD_ fanner.
You need a designated fanner, as it is impossible for one person to fan sufficiently and mix.
If one looked past the fanner to see the man, the chiseled planes of his face, the creased dimples in his cheeks and the way his eyes crinkled at the sides when he smiled.
"Do you have a phone number for this dairy fanner?"
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