Definition of Challengers

1. Noun. (plural of challenger) ¹



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Definition of Challengers

1. challenger [n] - See also: challenger

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Challengers

chalky
challa
challacolloite
challacolloites
challah
challahs
challan
challaned
challans
challas
challenge
challenge diet
challengeable
challenged
challenger
challengers (current term)
challenges
challenging
challengingly
challie
challies
challis
challises
challot
challoth
chally
chalone
chalones
chalonic
chalot

Literary usage of Challengers

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1. The Beauties of England and Wales, Or, Delineations, Topographical by John Britton, Edward Wedlake Brayley, Joseph Nightingale, James Norris Brewer, John Evans, John Hodgson, Francis Charles Laird, Frederic Shoberl, John Bigland, Thomas Rees, Thomas Hood, John Harris (1816)
"... residence of him and his successors, called Durham Place, in the Strand, where, in 1540, was held a most magnificent feast, given by the challengers of ..."

2. Nominating Systems: Direct Primaries Versus Conventions in the United States by Ernst Christopher Meyer (1902)
"To repress suspicions of foul play and to insure fairness in the conduct of the primary election, party challengers ought to be permitted to be present at ..."

3. Jewett's Manual for Election Officers and Voters in the State of New York by Freeborn G. Jewett (1917)
"Section 350. Opening the polls. 351. Persons within the guard-rail. 352. Watchers; challengers; electioneering. 354. General duties of ballot clerks. 365. ..."

4. The Golden Rule, Or, The Royal Law of Equity Explained by John Goodman (1688)
"... made for them by challengers, Accepters, and Seconds. By 1. Cornier DD Frequent and Fervent Prayer according to Scripture and Primitive ..."

5. An Apologie for Poetrie by Philip Sidney (1891)
"Among whom as principall challengers step forth the morrall Philosophers : whom ... challengers ..."

6. Pugilistica: The History of British Boxing Containing Lives of the Most by Henry Downes Miles (1906)
"Among the challengers of Sayers's remarkable position as a 10-stone Champion we find— mum ... challengers ..."

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