Definition of Quackers

1. Noun. (plural of quacker) ¹



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Definition of Quackers

1. quacker [n] - See also: quacker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quackers

quaaludes
quab
quacha
quachas
quack
quack(a)
quack-quack
quack-salver
quack like a duck
quack medicine
quacked
quacker
quackeries
quackers
quackery
quackhood
quackier
quackiest
quacking
quackingly
quackings
quackish
quackishly
quackishness
quackism
quackisms
quackle

Literary usage of Quackers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Supplement ... to the Journal of the Friends Historical Society by Friends' Historical Society (1913)
"... Quackers ware Committed too the Whight lion in ... off y* Quackers assembled too ... of quackers, and non Conformists yett y* ..."

2. Source Book and Bibliographical Guide for American Church History by Peter George Mode (1921)
"This mackes an ill report in all those Countries of Europe, where they hear off, that ye Quackers doe here handel men, Licke they handel there ye Cattle, ..."

3. German Achievements in America: A Tribute to the Memory of the Men and Women by Rudolf Cronau (1916)
"This makes an ill report in all those countries of Europe, where they hear off, that ye Quackers doe here handel men like they handel there ye cattel. ..."

4. History of Old Germantown: With a Description of Its Settlement and Some by John Palmer Garber, C. Henry Kain, Naaman Henry Keyser, Horace Ferdinand McCann (1907)
"This mackes an ill report in all those countries of Europe, where they hear off, that ye Quackers here doe handel men, Licke they handel there ye Cattle; ..."

5. Novels by Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1906)
"Here, in the creeks or rather pools between the reeds, live and breed a countless multitude of ducks of all possible kinds—quackers, half-quackers, ..."

6. Mennonites of America by C. Henry Smith (1909)
"Especially whereas ye Europeans are desirous to know in what manner ye Quackers dee rule in their Province and most of them doe loock upon this with an ..."

7. The Settlement of Germantown, Pennsylvania, and the Beginning of German by Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker (1899)
"... Magistrates at Meurs that they may petition our King William (as under whose name the sd proclomation is given forth) to leave out ye word Quackers & to ..."

8. The Settlement of Germantown, Pennsylvania, and the Beginning of German by Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker (1899)
"... Magistrates at Meurs that they may petition our King William (as under whose name the sd proclomation is given forth) to leave out ye word Quackers & to ..."

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