Definition of Quaverers

1. Noun. (plural of quaverer) ¹



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Definition of Quaverers

1. quaverer [n] - See also: quaverer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quaverers

quatrumvirates
quats
quatted
quattrocento
quattrocentos
quattuordecillion
quatuorvirate
quatuorvirates
quave
quaved
quavemire
quavemires
quaver
quavered
quaverer
quaverers
quaverier
quavering
quaveringly
quavers
quavery
quay
quayage
quayages
quayd
quayed
quaying
quaylike
quayman
quaymen

Literary usage of Quaverers

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1. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1822)
"... had a dancing foot and a fine ankle, and a voice which lent a grace to old songs which the best of your theatrical quaverers fail to impart. ..."

2. Spirit of the Public Journals by Stephen Jones, C M Westmacott (1803)
"I am, Sir, Yours, &e. MD EPIGRAM. Storace, Braham, Billington— Birds of the felf-faine feather ! AND fo Italia fends us home Three quaverers together ; . ..."

3. France and the French: With Sixteen Illus by Charles Dawbarn (1911)
"It would appear that if the Church wishes to maintain any hold in France, it must come out resolutely from the ranks of the demi-semi-quaverers, from those ..."

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