- n. Plural form of palmer.
“Ordinary trout flies do well enough for all four species, but chub often prefer something larger, and big bushy lures called "palmers," which represent caterpillars, are generally used for them.”
“The valley where we live (the Matanuska-Susitna Valley) was actually settled by "palmers" or”
“a chubby little leathern pottle, such as palmers carry at the tips of their staves; but in it was something, I wot, more like good Malmsey than cold spring water, such as godly pilgrims carry.”
“And here, instead of giving her the old "palmers 'kiss" routine, he asks the audience for advice.”
“So they agreed upon this and he fared forth and took passage for himself and her and they made ready and set out in the ship with a company of Jerusalem palmers.”
“Accordingly, when the palmers appeared I asked concerning the twain, but they could give me no news of them; so I donned mourning for them, being heavy at heart, and in sleep I have no part and I am drowned in the tears of my eyes.”
“And the green slopes that lean toward them like palmers.”
“He was a crook, too; the brothers said he was one of the best chip palmers in the world; he could palm a chip and have it hidden safely inside one of his cheeks in the twinkling of an eye.”
“The Krishna Cops were scanning every passenger with palmers.”
“The new splendid outfits we wore as we drove along the boulevards, where stars and movie-gods smiled down and blessed us in the virtual sight of our palmers.”
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