Definition of Seaters

1. Noun. (plural of seater) ¹



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Definition of Seaters

1. seater [n] - See also: seater

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seaters

seat-of-the-pants
seat belt
seat belts
seat cushion
seat of government
seat only
seat sale
seatback
seatbacks
seatbelt
seatbelted
seatbeltless
seatbelts
seated
seater
seaters
seatholder
seatholders
seatin'
seating
seating area
seating capacity
seating room
seatings
seatless
seatlike
seatmate
seatmates
seatrain
seatrains

Literary usage of Seaters

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1. Above the Battle by Vivian Drake (1918)
"CHAPTER VUL MAINLY ABOUT TWO-Seaters GALES, low clouds, occasional rain, and many other atmospheric hates do not stop the Flying Corps very much, ..."

2. The Employments of Women: A Cyclopaedia of Woman's Work. By Virginia Penny by Virginia Penny (1863)
"Chair Seaters. The putting of seats in chairs, the material being of cane, hickory, fl.igs, willow, and corn husks, is carried on very often in orphan ..."

3. The International Military Digest Annual by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1919)
"The conditions for heavy two seaters equipped with wireless were a range of activity of miles, and a speed of from 35 to 6° miles per hour ; for the ..."

4. Cavalry of the Clouds by Alan Bott (1917)
"There are slow, stable two-seaters that observe around the lines; fighting two-seaters that operate over an area extending some thirty miles beyond the ..."

5. The Lafayette Flying Corps by Charles Nordhoff (1920)
"The two-seaters were far enough below not to have to bother about, so I tried the same plan again and came down on the rear of one of the single-seaters. ..."

6. The Way of the Eagle by Charles John Biddle (1919)
"This tune four two-seaters with two single-seaters above and behind them acting as ... The two-seaters were far enough below not to have to bother about, ..."

7. History of Scituate, Massachusetts: From Its First Settlement to 1831 by Samuel Deane (1831)
"Stephen Clap, and Job Randall to be a committee of Seaters, to appoint persons in which seat he or they shall sit in at the sd Meeting-house; and the Church ..."

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