Definition of Devourers

1. Noun. (plural of devourer) ¹



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Definition of Devourers

1. devourer [n] - See also: devourer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Devourers

devoting
devotion
devotional
devotionalities
devotionality
devotionally
devotionals
devotions
devotor
devotors
devots
devour
devourable
devoured
devourer
devourers
devouress
devouresses
devoureth
devouring
devouring(a)
devouringly
devours
devout
devouter
devoutest
devoutful
devoutless
devoutly
devoutness

Literary usage of Devourers

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1. The Home Missionary by American Home Missionary Society, Congregational Home Missionary Society (1878)
"Devourers. WE are not disposed to force grasshoppers upon public attention beyond their deserts. But they sadly obtrude upon ours. Not a week passes—hardly ..."

2. The Secret Doctrine: The Synthesis of Science, Religion, and Philosophy by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1893)
"Therefore they are named the " Devourers." . . . Every visible thing in this Universe was built by such LIVES, from conscious and divine primordial man down ..."

3. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"When they, the tyrants of the earth, who lived delicately with her, rejoicing in her sins, the plutocrats and bureaucrats, the money-changers and devourers ..."

4. A Fourth Reader by Clarence Franklin Carroll, Sarah Catherine Brooks (1911)
"HOW THESEUS SLEW THE Devourers OF MEN Theseus stood alone before the temple with his mind full of many hopes. First he thought of going down to the harbor ..."

5. The Heroes, Or, Greek Fairy Tales for My Children by Charles Kingsley (1856)
"PART IL HOW THESEUS SLEW THE Devourers OF MEN. So Theseus stood there alone, with his mind full of many hopes. And first, he thought of going down to the ..."

6. The Heroes: Or, Greek Fairy Tales for My Children by Charles Kingsley, John Tetlow (1888)
"HOW THESEUS SLEW THE Devourers OF MEN. So Theseus stood there alone, with his mind full of many hopes. And first he thought of going down to the harbor and ..."

7. Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions by Robert South (1823)
"At the command of Christ the sea shall give up its dead, the graves shall open, and deliver up their trust; and all the devourers of nature shall make a ..."

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