from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who maintains railway lines.
- n. Someone whose job is to sand and grind small imperfections from metal and ceramic castings.
- n. Someone who fiddles or tinkers with things.
- n. A friend or mate
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who fixes or prepares.
A fettler is the man who cleans the machines in the mill.
'What's a fettler, and what is to fettle a machine?' inquired Horatia with interest.
CTS-V is the fastest production V8 saloon in the world, but extreme car fettler Hennessey Performance clearly doesn't think this is enough.
Thcfe were the opinions of many of the fettler« in New-England.
The offering a houfe and garden to a fettler gratis y may be an inducement to a wretch, who rather intends to beg than work, and he will be glad of the offer without any farther encouragement;. but if the Company wifn for induf - trious men, it mufl not only oifer them a free houfe and garden, but alio
Observations upon the present state of the Scotch fisheries [electronic resource] : and the improvement of the interior parts of the Highlands : being an essay on these subjects, given in to the Highland Society of Scotland ...
He is a rob - ber of the vileft fpecies, who degrades humanity, and dishonours the dignity and equity of executive juftice in a free government, by a condud fo lawlefs and barbarous; who thus ihuts up the avenoea of lenity, and fteals from the poor fettler in the colony, the hard earned fruits of induftry.
An European fettler can make but momentary eftbrts of war, in hopes to gain fomc point, that he may by it obtain a fcries of fccurity, under which to work his lands in peace.