Definition of Decliners

1. Noun. (plural of decliner) ¹



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Definition of Decliners

1. decliner [n] - See also: decliner

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Decliners

declinable
declinal
declinate
declination
declinational
declinations
declinator
declinators
declinatory
declinature
declinatures
decline
decline in quality
declined
decliner
decliners (current term)
declines
declinest
declineth
declining
declinism
declinist
declinists
declinometer
declinometers
declinous
declive
declivis
declivities
declivitous

Literary usage of Decliners

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1. A Mathematical Manual: Or, Delightful Associate ... Pub. for the by Edward Hatton (1728)
"But the beft Way of making Eaft, and Weft* and decliners, not being by the Globe, I (hall lay no farther of them in this Place, but proceed. SECT. ..."

2. Theory of Interest: Simple and Compound, Derived from First Principles, and by David Wilkie (1794)
"The number of annuitants cannot be complete, •«Kfc- only till after the death of all the.decliners, which may happen about the, Goth year of the fund, ..."

3. A System of Practical Mathematics ...: With a Plain Account of the Gregorian by Earl of George Parker Macclesfield, John Potter, William Whiston (1753)
"... for the North Dials, draw the Hour-Lines of the South decliners thro' the Center, and they will become Hour-Lines for the North decliners. ..."

4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1853)
"Nor was this out of the least vanity that my father exceeded (who was one of the greatest decliners of it); but because he could not refuse the civility of ..."

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