Definition of Acclaimers

1. Noun. (plural of acclaimer) ¹



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Definition of Acclaimers

1. acclaimer [n] - See also: acclaimer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acclaimers

accipitral
accipitraries
accipitrary
accipitres
accipitrine
accipitrines
accismus
accite
accited
accites
acciting
acclaim
acclaimable
acclaimed
acclaimer
acclaimers (current term)
acclaiming
acclaims
acclamate
acclamation
acclamations
acclamatory
acclimatable
acclimatation
acclimate
acclimated
acclimatement
acclimatements
acclimates
acclimating

Literary usage of Acclaimers

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1. Journal of Theological Studies (1901)
"382), now serving as the official acclaimers of the emperor. 1 The twelfth-century Euchologion has KO. ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... made when the throng had gathered and there were more than one set of acclaimers, often ending in a pitched battle to decide which party preponderated. ..."

3. The Evolution of Technic in Elizabethan Tragedy by Harriott Ely Fansler (1914)
"Repeated readers of the lines will not escape being swept off their feet now and again and carried into the swirl of enthusiastic acclaimers of the ..."

4. Letters from Rome on the Council by Johann Joseph Ignaz von Döllinger (1870)
"... of mere acclaimers to the propositions of the Curia. In two articles of the Fran^ais (for March 18 and) ..."

5. Journey from Buenos Ayres: Through the Provinces of Cordova, Tucuman, and by Joseph Andrews (1827)
"... while the acclaimers were buried to the very chin, in the ashes and ruins caused by .the exemplification of the stern virtue it inculcated, ..."

6. The Man who Did the Right Thing: A Romance by Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston (1921)
"(The others do not matter in this narrative: they merely served as chorus and acclaimers of the witticisms of the elder boys. They were all nice to look at, ..."

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