cowper, cylchwr, gylchwr, cowperiaid, cylchwyr, chowper, chowperiaid, chylchwr, chylchwyr, gowper, gowperiaid, gylchwyr, nghowper, nghowperiaid, nghylchwr, nghylchwyr
Noun(1) United States industrialist who built the first American locomotive; founded Cooper Union in New York City to offer free courses in the arts and sciences (1791-1883(2) United States film actor noted for his portrayals of strong silent heroes (1901-1961(3) United States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851(4) a craftsman who makes or repairs wooden barrels or tubs
Verb(1) make barrels and casks
(1) Coins are made using various alloys of metals like nickel, copper and zinc.(2) Sweating flushes toxic metals, such as copper , lead and mercury, and removes excess salt, a benefit for those with mild hypertension.(3) These were supplanted by blocks into which metal (usually copper or brass) was inlaid.(4) Striking copper coloured bark on the stems and trunk peels off in large pieces to reveal lighter new bark below making it irresistible to stop and touch.(5) Over the centuries the techniques of making all forms of metal ware: pewter, copper , brass and bronze, iron and steel, have varied.(6) We stopped a few times to photograph some of these views, especially the valley oases overshadowed by the colourful mountains, streaked with amber, brown, copper and deep purple.(7) There weren't many people in my school with copper coloured hair.(8) Some of the material is pure, but much of it contained a little copper .(9) Laboratories in larger wineries may also be equipped to test for mineral elements such as iron, copper , sodium, and potassium.(10) Creep is the slow flow of a non-ferric metal like copper , brass and lead under force.(11) And don't install dissimilar metals such as copper and steel in the same wall.(12) Amazingly, the police had not bothered to place a copper outside the scene of an attempted murder.(13) Unless perhaps you were a copper going undercover.(14) Silver fillings are actually made of a combination of metals including silver, tin, copper and mercury.(15) Her hair was curling and glossy and copper coloured.(16) McKinnon has an explosion of curly, deep copper coloured hair around features that can only be called elfin.
2. cuprum ::
3. police ::
4. policeman ::
6. bronzed ::
7. coppery ::
8. tawny ::
9. fulvous ::
10. cupreous ::
11. bay ::
12. copper-coloured ::
13. copper-colored ::
14. bronze ::
Different Formscooper, cooperage, cooperative, cooperatives, coopered, coopering, coopers
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