Definition of Dispellers
1. dispeller [n] - See also: dispeller
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dispellers
Literary usage of Dispellers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1897)
"McAdie believes that " fog dispellers might be placed upon war ships, ferry boats and at all terminal depots and crowded thoroughfares. ..."
2. Publications by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1902)
"... "cut" and brought next year, the old "vintage" is put into a second'reserved vessel and used to cure diseases, act as charms, land-devil-dispellers, &c. ..."
3. The British Essayists edited by Alexander Chalmers (1808)
"These, by the consent of all physicians, are the great dispellers of WIND. But that is not all. From whence have they their name of ..."
4. The Grammar of English Grammars: With an Introduction, Historical and by Goold Brown (1858)
"... -three, -dispellers. -cy is I not strain- [Not slow I to comprehend | an inkling. His eye I with wag | -gisli hu | -moor Replied | he, ' Ma'am, Be calm; ..."
5. A Year Amongst the Persians: Impressions as to the Life, Character, and by Edward Granville Browne (1893)
"... and was soon comfortably ensconced in an easy-chair before a bright fire, provided with those two great dispellers of weariness, tea and tobacco. ..."
6. The Chemistry of Common Life by James Finlay Weir Johnston (1855)
"... its physiological effects are precisely the same, although the main purpose for which both are used by many—that of care-dispellers—may be the same. ..."