Definition of Ringsters

1. Noun. (plural of ringster) ¹



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Definition of Ringsters

1. ringster [n] - See also: ringster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ringsters

ringneck dove
ringneck snake
ringnecks
ringolevio
ringpiece
ringpieces
rings
rings in
ringside
ringside seat
ringsider
ringsiders
ringsides
ringspot
ringster
ringsters
ringstraked
ringtail
ringtailed
ringtails
ringtaw
ringtaws
ringtone
ringtones
ringtoss
ringtosses
ringway
ringways
ringwise
ringwoodite

Literary usage of Ringsters

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

1. Republican Campaign Text Book for by Republican Congressional Committee, Republican National Committee (U.S.). (1894)
"He says 40000 reformers and 32000 conservatives are virtually disfranchised, and 14000 ringsters dictate who shall hold the offices. ..."

2. The Story of the Sun, New York, 1833-1918: New York, 1833-1918 by Frank Michael O'Brien (1918)
"The ringsters hired a man to go to Mr. Alexander with a story that he could ... The ringsters then " arrested" the " thief," and caused him to sign a false ..."

3. Republican Campaign Text Book: 1894 by Republican Congressional Committee (1894)
"Ho says 40000 reformers and 32000 conservatives are virtually disfranchised, and 14000 ringsters dictate who shall hold the offices. ..."

4. "My Memoirs of Georgia Politics," by Rebecca Latimer Felton (1911)
"The story of the suppressed testimony was published throughout Georgia for the first time, and some of the ringsters began to rush to cover— deserting ..."

5. Modern Battles of Trenton by William Edgar Sackett (1895)
"Meanwhile the people had started in pursuit of the Ring through other avenues, and the excesses of the ringsters themselves helped ..."

6. A Financial History of Texas by Edmund Thornton Miller (1916)
"This practice was reprehensible chiefly because bona fide purchasers were forced to make tenus with the ringsters.1 The fact that the ..."

7. The School Journal (1895)
"The ringsters who have so long dominated the schools are fighting desperately to retain their power and patronage." fit will have to say in the June issue ..."

8. Rocks, Minerals, and Stocks by Frederick Henry Smith (1882)
"If the trustee ringsters are a close communion, and the mine is really valuable, ... Sometimes the ringsters, having all the outstanding stock themselves, ..."

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