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  • n. Plural form of thresherman.


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thresher +‎ -men


  • At night the threshermen, too weary for talk, crept into the loft of a barn, slept until daylight and then began another day of heartbreaking toil.

    Windy McPherson's Son

  • Charlie soon finds a job operating heavy equipment for a band of threshermen following the wheat harvest from farm to farm.

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  • In spite of the fact that this order was issued at the request of the Farmers 'Union and with the consent of the threshermen of the county, when the usual time came round for threshing to begin there was a very natural feeling of unrest on the part of the farmer who had his wheat out in the weather, but by this time so accustomed had the people become to obeying all rules that in spite of the great temptation in only two cases was there violation.

    Record of the War Activities in Orange County, North Carolina. 1917-1919

  • And if you want to keep yourself posted as to what is being done by other threshermen throughout the world, read some good "Threshermen's

    Rough and Tumble Engineering


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