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  • noun Plural form of darner.

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Examples

  • These big green dragonflies are commonly called darners or darning needles.

    The force that through...

  • These big green dragonflies are commonly called darners or darning needles.

    The force that through...

  • Some of the most expert darners simply hold the net loosely in their hands and copy the design by eye alone.

    The Art of Modern Lace Making

  • Babies can drop them; boys can throw them at each other, and women can use them as stocking-darners.

    A Man of Samples Something about the men he met "On the Road"

  • The discarded underclothing is first steeped in a solution of creolin, or other coal-tar disinfectant, for some hours, and then passes through the hands of a staff of women of the country, who wash and laundry it, passing it on to another staff of darners and menders.

    War Story of the Canadian Army Medical Corps

  • No doubt, he did not live only by his dancing-dolls; he used to paint portraits at twenty _sols_ apiece, under the archways of doors or in one of the market halls, among the darners and old-clothes menders, where he found many a young recruit starting for the front and wanting to leave his likeness behind for his sweetheart.

    Dieux ont soif. English

  • With others, women are sewers on of buttons; darners of stockings; makers of puddings; appendages to wash days, bakings, and brewings; echoes and adjectives to men for ever and ever.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume I

  • She had this this notion the the big green darners around our house would sting and she told me to watch out for them.

    The force that through...

  • She had this this notion the the big green darners around our house would sting and she told me to watch out for them.

    The force that through...

  • Common green darners are also the largest dragonfly species in the state, and that might be why so many people are noticing them, said Bob DuBois, the Department of Natural

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