sheller

[shel-er]
noun
1.
a person, device, machine, etc., that shells something, as peas or clams.
2.
a person who collects seashells.

Origin:
1685–95; shell + -er1

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Example sentences
Modify a green bean sheller to shell vegetable soybeans and a bean sizing equipment for grading vegetable soybeans without pod.
But the true sheller, while enjoying the atmosphere, is on a mission.
Before grain combines, the corn ear was pulled by hand and carried to a corn sheller.
Buying interest by end users has been moderate for gift pack, retail in-shell, and commercial sheller use.
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