a person or thing that .
a small, dull knife or spatula used for butter, jelly, etc., on bread.
a machine for dispersing bulk material:
a device for spacing or keeping apart two objects, as electric wires.
Nautical. a strut for shrouds on a mast.
Here’s a royal feast spread for us, an’ th’ spreader’s queen o’ th’ pirates!
The Pirate Woman Aylward Edward Dingle
Since the spreader also rams the concrete, it is difficult to separate these two items.
Concrete Construction Halbert P. Gillette
The doctor then took his spreader, and cut the roll into five pieces, each of which he intended to divide into a dozen pills.
The Lieutenant and Commander Basil Hall
The coating on the drum is controlled or regulated by a spreader.
All About Coffee William H. Ukers
At z is a wedge for adjusting the spreader w so as to keep it close to the saw whatever the diameter of the latter may be.
Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II Joshua Rose
The other method, called the spreader method, was more intricate.
America’s Munitions 1917-1918 Benedict Crowell
The frame was completed by fitting the spreader sticks in place, after which it was laid away to dry.
The Scientific American Boy A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond
The size of the loop is determined by the width of the mesh stick or spreader (No. 2).
The Tinguian Fay-Cooper Cole
It can be broadcasted by hand if a spreader is not available, and mixed with the surface soil while in a powdered state.
Crops and Methods for Soil Improvement Alva Agee
He is a glutton, a poisoner, a spreader of disease, a dispenser of disturbing music.
The Tent Dwellers Albert Bigelow Paine
a machine or device used for scattering bulk materials, esp manure or fertilizer, over a relatively wide area
a device for keeping apart or spacing parallel objects, such as electric wires
to draw, stretch, or open out, especially over a flat surface, as something rolled or folded (often followed by out). to stretch out or unfurl in the air, as folded wings, a flag, etc. (often followed by out). to distribute over a greater or a relatively great area of space or time (often followed by […]
the condition of a person or thing, as with respect to circumstances or attributes: a state of health. the condition of matter with respect to structure, form, constitution, phase, or the like: water in a gaseous state. status, rank, or position in life; station: He dresses in a manner befitting his state. the style of […]
pertaining to a material or procedure that disperses, or inhibits the accumulation of, charges on textiles, phonograph records, paper products, etc. adjective (of a substance, textile, etc) retaining sufficient moisture to provide a conducting path, thus avoiding the effects of static electricity
- Anti statism
the principle or policy of concentrating extensive economic, political, and related controls in the at the cost of individual liberty. support of or belief in the sovereignty of a , usually a republic. noun the theory or practice of concentrating economic and political power in the state, resulting in a weak position for the individual […]