"That's a long while ago, Peggy," interrupted one of the sifters: but Peg did not hear her.
Ducks, like whales, subsist by sifting the mud and water; and the family has sometimes been called Criblatores, or sifters.
It is then lifted and run through two sets of sifters of suitable mesh by hand to remove the trash swept up in gathering the seed.
His brothers, sifters and cousins are impecunious, and in small communities poor relations are not easily got rid of.
De white folks had sifters made of horse hair but de slaves didn't have no sifters.
He said he required each new agent to buy four hundred sifters at twenty-five cents each, which he could retail for fifty cents.