Definition of Questers

1. Noun. (plural of quester) ¹

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Definition of Questers

1. quester [n] - See also: quester

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Questers

querying
queryingly
queryings
quesadilla
quesadillas
quesal
quesals
queso
quest
quest after
quest for
questant
questants
quested
quester
questers
questin
questin oxygenase
questing
questingly
questings
question
question-mark
question-master
question-masters
question mark
question marks
question master
question of fact
question of law

Literary usage of Questers

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1. The Early History of the Post in Grant and Farm by James Wilson Hyde (1894)
"On the setting up of the De Questers, Stanhope was naturally unwilling to surrender part of ... Stanhope filled the one office, the De Questers the other. ..."

2. Sun Hunting: Adventures and Observations Among the Native and Migratory by Kenneth Lewis Roberts (1922)
"... PECULIAR DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TWO SIDES OF A LAKE—OF MONEY ODORS—AND OF THE Questers AFTER CHARLEY SCHWAB PALM BEACH is a long narrow strip of land which ..."

3. The Legend of Sir Lancelot Du Lac: Studies Upon Its Origin, Development, and by Jessie Laidlay Weston (1901)
"L., who has followed secretly, comes up, overthrows B., gives S. his horse ; tells him his name, and bids him return to court, saying he and all questers ..."

4. St. James's Magazine by S. C. Hall (1861)
"This appointment gave rise to a long lawsuit between Lord Stanhope the Postmaster-General, and the De Questers, which led to such great confusion in postal ..."

5. Her Majesty's Mails: A History of the Post-office, and an Industrial Account by William Lewins (1865)
"... and obtained a warrant prohibiting the De Questers from interfering. Hir John Coke, addressing his fellow secretary, Lord Conway, comments on "the ..."

6. Her Majesty's Mails: A History of the Post-office, and an Industrial Account by William Lewins (1865)
"Lord Stanhope continued by his agents to carry letters abroad, and obtained a warrant prohibiting the De Questers from interfering. ..."

7. Studies on the Legend of the Holy Grail: With Especial References to the by Alfred Trübner Nutt (1888)
"After the Queen has taken leave of Lancelot, and Arthur has vainly tried to force a shield on Galahad, the questers set off together and pass the first ..."

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