Definition of Caressers

1. Noun. (plural of caresser) ¹



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Definition of Caressers

1. caresser [n] - See also: caresser

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caressers

carelessest
carelessly
carelessness
carelessnesses
careline
carelines
careme
caremes
carer
carers
cares
caresite
caress
caressed
caresser
caressers
caresses
caressing
caressingly
caressive
caressively
carest
caret
caret notation
caretake
caretaken
caretaker
caretakers
caretakes
caretaking

Literary usage of Caressers

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1. Appletons' Journal (1877)
"The dinner was a thing to remember : the wines, "bosom caressers;" the banker, good, solid company ; Julie, a bouquet of spring flowers. ..."

2. The Works of Frederick Grimke by Frederick Grimké (1871)
"... this greater delicacy, and beauty, and the modesty which is naturally attendant upon them, causes females to be caressed, instead of the caressers. ..."

3. The Dialogues of Devils: On the Many Vices which Abound in the Civil and by John Macgowan (1860)
"... and in the issue, when he cannot carry every point his own way, he turns against his former caressers, and becomes a scourge of the community. ..."

4. No! by José Antonio ( Millán (2004)
""Ne pas caresser svp": No acariciar, por favor [No mano en cuello de caballo], cartel, Carcassonne (Francia), picadero, 2003 "Ne pas caressers.vp":No ..."

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