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The answer DYERS has 115 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of dyers in various dictionaries:
noun - someone whose job is to dye cloth
verb - to treat with a dye (a coloring matter)
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|They change colors often|
|Ones preparing Easter eggs|
|Some garment industry employees|
|Some mill staff|
|They color your world|
|They add color|
|Stainers of cloth|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|Plural form of dyer.|
|a person whose trade is the dyeing of cloth or other material.|
|A person whose trade is the dyeing of cloth or other material.|
|Dyers might refer to|
Dyer may refer to:|
* dyer (occupation), a person who is involved in dyeing
* Dyer, Arkansas, a town
* Dyer, Indiana, a town
* Dyer (Amtrak station)* Dyer, Kentucky
* Dyer, Nevada, a town
* Dyer, Tennessee, a city
* Dyer, West Virginia, an unincorporated community
* Dyer County, Tennessee
* Dyer Bay, Maine
* Dyer River, Maine
* Dyer Plateau, Palmer Land, Antarctica
* Dyer Point, Ellsworth Land, Antarctica
* Dyer Island (disambiguation), several islands
* Dyer Avenue, in New York
* Camp Dyer, Rhode Island, a temporary camp used during the SpanishAmerican War
* Dyer State Wayside, a rest stop in Oregon
* 78434 Dyer, an asteroid
* Dyer (surname)
* Dyer Ball (1796-1866), American missionary and doctor in China
* Dyer Lum (1839-1893), American anarchist labor activist and poet
* Dyer Pearl (1857-1930), American businessman
* Other uses:
* USS Dyer (DD-84), a United States Navy destroyer
* Dyer Observatory, an astronomical observatory in Brentwood, Tennessee, owned and operated by Vanderbilt University
* Dyer baronets, two ba