Definition of Biters

1. Noun. (plural of biter) ¹



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Definition of Biters

1. biter [n] - See also: biter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biters

bite the dust
bite the hand that feeds one
bite to eat
bite wing
bite wings
biteable
bited
bitegmic
bitemporal
bitemporal hemianopia
biteplate
biteplates
biter
biternate
biternately
biters (current term)
bites
bites the bullet
bites the dust
bitesize
bitest
bitewing
bitewing film
bitewing radiograph
bitewings
bitey
bitfield
bitfields
bitflip
bitflips

Literary usage of Biters

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1. Retrospections of America, 1797-1811 by John Bernard, Laurence Hutton, Brander Matthews (1886)
"Aspect of New York; the Dutch; the Breakfast-table ; Merchants' Daily Life; Double Disguises; the biters Bit; Land Speculators.—Sport. ..."

2. Ten Years Among the Mail Bags: Or, Notes from the Diary of a Special Agent by James Holbrook (1855)
"CHAPTER I No "Ear-biters" employed—The Commission—A whole School robbed—Value of a "quarter"—Embargo on Trunks—Unjust Suspicion—The dying Mother—Fidelity of ..."

3. Retrospections of America, 1797-1811 by John Bernard, Laurence Hutton, Brander Matthews (1886)
"Aspect of New York; the Dutch; the Breakfast-table ; Merchants' Daily Life; Double Disguises; the biters Bit; Land Speculators.—Sport. ..."

4. Ten Years Among the Mail Bags: Or, Notes from the Diary of a Special Agent by James Holbrook (1855)
"CHAPTER I No "Ear-biters" employed—The Commission—A whole School robbed—Value of a "quarter"—Embargo on Trunks—Unjust Suspicion—The dying Mother—Fidelity of ..."

5. One Year in Sweden: Including a Visit to the Isle of Götland by Horace Marryat (1862)
"... The " day-biters " of Lau — Seven gages of Greece and the devil — The window feast ... biters ..."

6. One Year in Sweden: Including a Visit to the Isle of Götland by Horace Marryat (1862)
"... The " day-biters " of Lau — Seven gages of Greece and the devil — The window feast ... biters ..."

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