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Definition of Teazer

Teazer
Teazer Tea"zer, n. [Corrupted fr. F. tiser to feed a fire.] The stoker or fireman of a furnace, as in glass works. --Tomlinson.

Meaning of Teazer from wikipedia

- Teazer may refer to: Teazer, a rope used in corporal punishment Teazer (ship), an American privateering ship of the War of 1812 HMS Teazer, various ships...
- Young Teazer was a United States privateer schooner that captured 12 British vessels, five of which made it to American ports. A member of her crew blew...
- Teazer was an American privateer schooner in the War of 1812 that the British captured and destro**** in January 1813. She is best known as the predecessor...
- HMS Teazer was a T-cl**** destroyer of the Royal Navy that saw service during the Second World War. She was later converted to a Type 16 fast anti-submarine...
- HMS Teazer (or Teaser) was a schooner purchased in Honduras in 1798 for local use. She was armed with six 4-pounder guns and had a crew of 25 men from...
- Royal Navy have been named HMS Teazer : HMS Teazer (1794) was a 14-gun gunvessel launched in 1794 and sold in 1802. HMS Teazer (1798) was a 6-gun schooner...
- HMS Teazer was an R-cl**** destroyer which served with the Royal Navy during World War I. The destroyer was launched in April 1917 and, on trial, proved...
- HMS Teazer was a Conflict-cl**** destroyer built by the White shipyard for the Royal Navy. She was launched on 9 February 1895, and sold for s****ping on...
- Pea**** Rappahannock River Capture of USS Chesapeake Capture of the Young Teazer Capture of HMS Dominica Capture of USS Argus Capture of HMS Boxer Capture...
- Nova Scotia at the hands of the Royal Navy (e.g., see the story of Young Teazer, as well as the naval battle off Halifax of 1782). "The Antelope" is described...
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