assayer

[ verb a-sey; noun as-ey, a-sey ]SEE DEFINITION OF assayer
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Wouldn't it be wiser to tell the assayer and get him to help?

The assayer will be wanting his horses to-day and it's too far to walk.

One of these days we shall have to appoint an assayer of consciences at the Mint.

Sandy introduced Sam as his partner, Westlake as a mining engineer and assayer.

Guffaws suddenly rose from the little crowd by the assayer's sign.

The Assayer of Provinces spent most of his time trout-fishing.

"I don't think you need worry about them," replied the assayer.

"We might try little Aleck Smith, the teamster," said the assayer, thoughtfully.

The assayer's at work on it now, and he says it'll run high—up into the hundreds, I imagine.

It was I who took the sample to the assayer and carried the news of the bonanza to Garvin.

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