Thesaurus / rockers


That was the peculiar sensation the combination of anti-gravity and the thrust of the rockers always gave.

Man of Many MindsE. Everett Evans

Could it be contended that because rockers are attached to a chair it is no longer a chair, or useful as a seat?

The rocker is a box 40 inches long, 16 inches wide on the bottom, sloped like a cradle, and with rockers at each end.

The A B C of MiningCharles A. Bramble

By this time they had taken off their wooden "rockers" and were hastening home to tell their mother the good news.

Hans BrinkerMary Mapes Dodge

They had constructed what looked like a very shallow baby-cradle on rockers into which they poured their earth and water.

GoldStewart White

This cradle was only a box, made of boards, and mounted on rockers.

Forests of MaineJacob S. Abbott

A "rocker" or "cradle" is a trough on rockers somewhat like the old-fashioned child's cradle.

The Business of MiningArthur J. Hoskin

The gold is very fine; so much so, that it was impossible to save more than two-thirds of what went through the rockers.

On the abutment towers the chains are connected by horizontal links, carried on rockers, to anchor ties.

As we pulled up before the veranda, the line of old ladies in rockers focussed their eyes upon us.

The Idyl of Twin FiresWalter Prichard Eaton

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