Definition of Ameliorators
1. ameliorator [n] - See also: ameliorator
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ameliorators
Literary usage of Ameliorators
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lois by Emily Henrietta Hickey (1908)
"CHAPTER XLI ameliorators KATEY STUART met Lois at her terminus, and they drove home together, talking very little—they both disliked talking in cabs and ..."
2. The New England Farmer by Samuel W. Cole (1856)
"As a stimulant, lime may be used to call into action certain elements which are dormant in the soil Coarse barn-yard manures are good as ameliorators where ..."
3. The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States: With a Life by John Adams, Charles Francis Adams (1851)
"The modern improvers of society, — ameliorators of the condition of mankind, instructors of the human species,— have assumed too much. ..."
4. Civilization in the United States: An Inquiry by Thirty Americans by Harold E. Stearns (1922)
"What do the racial liberators, ameliorators, uplifters, and general optimists think about it; or do they think about it at all? From the moment of initial ..."
5. Bulletin by United States Weather Bureau (1905)
"... under the most copious fertilizing, and it is for this reason they speak of the leguminous plants as ameliorators or natural fertilizers of the soil. ..."