Definition of Authors

1. Noun. (plural of author) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of author)'' ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Authors

1. author [v] - See also: author

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Authors

authorization
authorizations
authorize
authorized
authorized shares
authorized stock
authorized term
authorized terms
authorizer
authorizers
authorizes
authorizing
authorless
authorlike
authorly
authors (current term)
authorship
authorships
authotype
authour
authouress
authouresses
authourise
authourity
authourize
authours
authourship
auths
autie
auties

Literary usage of Authors

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Catalog Rules: Author and Title Entries by James Christian Meinich Hanson, American Library Association, Library Association (1908)
"Enter a work written jointly by two authors (including correspondence) under ... When there are more than two authors use the form Doe, John, and others; ..."

2. Lectures on Subjects Connected with Literature and Life by Edwin Percy Whipple (1859)
"LECTURE I.* authors IN THEIR RELATIONS TO LIFE. THERE has existed in all ages a class of men, called at different periods by different names, but generally ..."

3. Criminality and Economic Conditions by Willem Adriaan Bonger (1916)
"authors WHO TREATED THE SUBJECT BEFORE THE BIRTH OF MODERN CRIMINAL SCIENCE. I. THOMAS MORE.' IN the first part of his "Utopia" More severely criticises the ..."

4. Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjectsby Robert] [Dodsley by Robert] [Dodsley (1765)
"... authors. VOL. It. Containing I. A Vindication of Natural Society. Written in the Character of a late noble Author. II. ..."

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