Definition of Adducers

1. Noun. (plural of adducer) ¹



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Definition of Adducers

1. adducer [n] - See also: adducer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adducers

addressive
addressivities
addressivity
addressograph
addressographs
addressor
addressors
addrest
adds
adds up
adduce
adduceable
adduced
adducent
adducer
adducers (current term)
adduces
adducible
adducin
adducing
adducins
adduct
adducted
adducting
adduction
adductions
adductive
adductively
adductome

Literary usage of Adducers

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1. The English Review (1852)
"Granting that the authorities in question say all that their adducers maintain ; what is the practical result ? Simply this : Not that, when they wrote, ..."

2. Historical memorials relating to the Independents, or Congregationalists by Benjamin Hanbury (1841)
"Besides, this alleged precedent makes against its adducers, since it does not appear that the church in Antioch commissioned its messengers to unite in any ..."

3. Sermons Preached in India by Reginald Heber (1829)
"The adducers have, in the first place, misrepresented or misconceived the general purport of our Saviour's prophecies, in which, though the final triumph of ..."

4. Reports of Scotch Appeals in the House of Lords A. D. 1851 to 1873: With by Great Britain Parliament. House of Lords (1895)
"The appellant objected to the admissibility of the witnesses upon the grounds of partiality for the adducers, of having been promised a consideration ..."

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