Dyer in a sentence

Definition of Dyer

One who dyes, especially one who dyes cloth etc. as an occupation.

Short Example Sentence for Dyer

  • 1. Your dyer wants eight days more.
  • 2. Rose Dyer clapped her hands softly together.
  • 3. Dr. Bernard Dyer obtained 18.39 per cent.
  • 4. Mrs. Albert Dyer 5.00 Randolph.
  • 5. Manuel van Anecotta, Master Dyer 9,823.
  • 6. The dyer of silk requires soap, which is neutral and of a pleasant odour.

How to use Dyer in a Sentence?

  • 1. The dyer is presented with wine and condiments when the girdle is entrusted to him.
  • 2. He had only just guessed why Dr. Barton found it necessary to regard Miss Dyer so sternly.
  • 3. This fact became known when Mrs. Dyer left the church with the excommunicated Mrs. Hutchinson.
  • 4. And then he presently began to take the cloths out of the furnace, and they were all dyed of those same colours which the dyer desired.
  • 5. There is also another application for emancipation from a dyer who is now, he says, 60 years of age.
  • 6. After his father's death his mother began business as a dyer and fancy box-maker at Gainsborough.
  • 7. The dyer presently coming and finding what seemed a dead Jackal, carried him into the jungle and then flung him away.