Definition of Disarmers

1. Noun. (plural of disarmer) ¹



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Definition of Disarmers

1. disarmer [n] - See also: disarmer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Disarmers

disapproved
disapprovement
disapprover
disapprovers
disapproves
disapproving
disapprovingly
disard
disards
disarm
disarmament
disarmaments
disarmature
disarmed
disarmer
disarmers (current term)
disarmest
disarmeth
disarming
disarmingly
disarmoured
disarms
disarrange
disarranged
disarrangement
disarrangements
disarranges
disarranging
disarray
disarrayed

Literary usage of Disarmers

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1. The Congregationalism of the Last Three Hundred Years, as Seen in Its by Henry Martyn Dexter, Andover Theological Seminary (1880)
"The disarmers Dexterities Examined; in a second defence of the Treatise of 1719 Schisme, [no. 1617.] 4°. [also in Works.} BM [E. 856. (i.)]; B. [4°. I. 3. ..."

2. Sdi: A View From Europe by Robert C. Hughes (1995)
"At the top of any list of disarmers must be President Reagan's name, given the stated intentions of his ..."

3. World's War Events: Recorded by Statesmen, Commanders, Historians and by Men by Allen Leon Churchill (1919)
"... early in June, started to disarm them, guns and rifles appeared from secret hiding places, to the extreme consternation of the disarmers. ..."

4. World's War Events: Recorded by Statesmen, Commanders, Historians and by Men by Allen Leon Churchill (1919)
"... guns and rifles appeared from secret hiding places, to the extreme consternation of the disarmers. The reason for their being in the district of the ..."

5. History of the Irish Insurrection of 1798,: Giving an Authentic Account of by Edward Hay (1847)
"This easy mode of admittance was afterwards taken advantage of by com- mcin robbers, who at first only assumed the character of disarmers, to come at their ..."

6. Can We Disarm? by Joseph McCabe, Georges Darien (1899)
"... the intense rivalry and feverish activity abroad of the great Powers, it is utterly impossible to follow the disarmers in their unsubstantial visions. ..."

7. Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne by Paul Hamilton Hayne (1882)
"With jovial smile and heart in tune (111 humor's best disarmers.) See, Jack, if I don't figure soon — Adonis 'mid the charmers' MOTES. ..."

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