reeder

noun reed·er \ -də(r) \

Definition of reeder

plural -s
1 :one that reeds: such as
a :one that thatches with reeds
b :a textile worker who replaces the broken reeds of a loom or draws the warp threads through the reeds
c :a worker who tapes a reed or wire on sweatband leathers
2 :a reed-covered frame to protect drying china clay

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Origin and Etymology of reeder

Middle English redare, from reden to reed + -are -er


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