Definition of Abdicators

1. Noun. (plural of abdicator) ¹



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Definition of Abdicators

1. abdicator [n] - See also: abdicator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Abdicators

abdabs
abdal
abdelavi
abdest
abdicable
abdicant
abdicants
abdicate
abdicated
abdicates
abdicating
abdication
abdications
abdicative
abdicator
abdicators (current term)
abditive
abditories
abditory
abdomens
abdomin-
abdomina
abdominal
abdominal-thrust maneuver
abdominal-thrust maneuvers
abdominal abscess
abdominal actinomycosis
abdominal adhesions

Literary usage of Abdicators

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1. The Diary of Philip Hone, 1828-1851 by Philip Hone, Bayard Tuckerman (1889)
"having been the most prominent among the abdicators, comes in for the largest share of this reptile's venom. A long article is published in the " Herald," ..."

2. The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and by William Oldys, John Malham (1811)
"Published by a club of relenting abdicators ; and by them, dedicated to the several counties, cities, towns corporate, and boroughs they represent. 28. ..."

3. The gold of Chickaree, by S. and A. Warner by Susan Bogert Warner, Anna Bartlett Warner (1877)
"I shall linger round to do all the mischief I can,—after the fashion of abdicators.' ' In that case, what is going to become of me,' said he, not changing ..."

4. The History of Tuscany, from the Earliest Era: Comprising an Account of the by Lorenzo Pignotti (1826)
"... to return gladly to his retirement; and was more commendable, perhaps, than a Charles V., an Amadeus, and other inconstant abdicators. ..."

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