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Definition of "conveyer" [con•vey•er]

  • Alternative spelling of conveyor. (noun)

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Use "conveyer" in a sentence
  • "Machinery Company, of Chicago, is now erecting for Mr. Charles E. Coffin, of Muirkirk, Md., about 450 ft. of this conveyer, which is to carry the hot roasted iron ore from the kilns on an incline of about one foot in twelve up to the crusher."
  • "There's this thing called the conveyer, and the conveyer does this kind of transition back and forth."
  • "This was set up, by contributions among the millers, at Shipley's great mill in Wilmington, and also introduced into his own, where his other inventions of the "conveyer" and the"