Definition of Desirers

1. Noun. (plural of desirer) ¹



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Definition of Desirers

1. desirer [n] - See also: desirer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Desirers

desire line
desire lines
desire path
desire paths
desire to know
desireableness
desired
desired future condition
desireful
desirefulness
desireless
desirelessness
desirement
desirements
desirer
desirers (current term)
desires
desirest
desireth
desiring
desirings
desirive
desirous
desirously
desirousness
desirousnesses
desist
desistance
desistances
desisted

Literary usage of Desirers

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1. The Gospel standard, or Feeble Christian's support (1881)
"These look upon the desirers after God as mere drones; but the drones live when ... But the desirers after God are influenced by the necessities of life—an ..."

2. The Congregationalism of the Last Three Hundred Years, as Seen in Its by Henry Martyn Dexter, Andover Theological Seminary (1880)
"4°. BM [E. 238.16.)]; B. [Pamph,-] 1641. Reformation no Enemie, or a discourse between the bishops and the desirers of Reformation; ..."

3. The Baptist Review by J R Baumes (1881)
"He does not give his intelligent desirers a "brief and clear statement" of ... He could have favored his "intelligent" desirers with much bearing upon this ..."

4. Utilitarianism Explained and Exemplified in Moral and Political Government by Charles Tennant (1864)
"The analogy of the case with seeing and hearing, 'visible and audible, ' would show us that, it means only desirable to the desirers; and, even then that, ..."

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