Definition of Deranger

1. n. One who deranges.



Definition of Deranger

1. Noun. One who deranges. ¹

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Definition of Deranger

1. one that deranges [n -S] - See also: deranges

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deranger

derandomise
derandomised
derandomises
derandomising
derandomization
derandomizations
derandomize
derandomized
derandomizes
derandomizing
deranencephaly
derange
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derangement
derangements
deranger (current term)
derangers
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derat
derate
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deratings
deration
derations
deratization
deratizations
derats

Literary usage of Deranger

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1. Otto's French Conversation Grammar by Emil Otto, Ferdinand Bôcher (1864)
"Je crains de vous deranger, I fear to disturb you. ... Je sors, de crainte (or de peur) de vous deranger, I go for fear of disturbing you. THEME 54. 1. ..."

2. The Works of William Makepeace Thackeray: in twenty-four volumes. by William Makepeace Thackeray (1869)
"OUR IMITATIONS OF deranger. LE ROI D'YVETOT. IL était un roi d'Yvetot, Peu connu dans l'histoire ; Se levant tard, se couchant tôt, Dormant fort bien sans ..."

3. Belgium: A Personal Narrative by Brand Whitlock (1919)
"... his distinguished face, his white hair, his black garb, his perfect bearing, bowing and sawing: "Excellence, je ne veux pas vous deranger, ..."

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