Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of pearler.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • For the world like the days I spint with the pearlers, watchin 'the coral banks a-growin' the same as so many gardens under the sea.

    The Men of Forty Mile

  • There was a club in those days in Papeete, where the pearlers, traders, captains, and South Sea adventurers foregathered.

    THE HEATHEN

  • There was a club in those days in Papeete, where the pearlers, traders, captains, and riffraff of South Sea adventurers forgathered.

    THE HEATHEN

  • After 1850, the Shark Bay region was variously occupied by guano miners, pearlers, fishermen and pastoralists.

    Shark Bay, Australia

  • There is nothing I'd like more than hearing pearlers like these from Dave, where he says blogging ISN'T a conversation.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Take for example the two pearlers I received yesterday.

    The Odd Questions

  • One verse tells of inland Aboriginals from the Gascoyne, who became strangers in their own land when they were captured by pearlers to work on the luggers.

    Strangers on the Shore

  • Many years on the pearlers came, plundering the coast for profit and gain

    Strangers on the Shore

  • He come up first at Thursday Island, years ago, an 'caught half a dozen Jap pearlers.

    The Pirate Shark

  • That's because he went from one pearl fishery to another, cuttin 'air hose, killin' men, keepin 'the pearlers off the grounds.

    The Pirate Shark

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