Words nearby plater
How to use plater in a sentence
Plater, benumbed with cold (it is himself who gives us the account), had drawn off his boots to warm his feet at the watch-fire.History of the Great Reformation, Volume IV|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Indeed, they were not more suitably met in their own time than the Countess Colonel Plater on her first joining the army.Woman in the Nineteenth Century|Margaret Fuller Ossoli
When thus produced, as many copies of the record as desired may be made by the electrotyper or print plater.Inventions in the Century|William Henry Doolittle
Thomas Plater also had moved out from George Town and lived near by.
Mr. Key was a connection of Mrs. Beanes', who was a member of the Plater family.
British Dictionary definitions for plater
- a mediocre horse entered chiefly for minor races
- a blacksmith who shoes racehorses with the special type of light shoe used for racing