Definition of Executants
1. executant [n] - See also: executant
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Executants
Literary usage of Executants
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Great Violinists and Pianists by George Titus Ferris (1881)
"Thalberg one of the Greatest of executants.—Rather a Man of Remarkable Talents than of Genius. ... executants ..."
2. Egypt as it is: With a Map, Taken from the Most Recent Survey by James Carlile McCoan (1877)
"f'.ta>, e'ett le Khedive—Council and Ministers merely executants of his Will —His Early Life—After his Accession—Abdeen—Routine of his Highness's Daily ..."
3. The Musical World (1851)
"executants in the quartets—Ernst, II. C. Cooper, Hill, Rousselot, j in the trio—Stephen Heller ... JJ"'""" " executants in the quartet—Ernst, Cooper, Hill, ..."
4. Great Singers by George Titus Ferris (1902)
"One of the Greatest executants who ever lived. — Anecdotes of her Italian Tours. — First Appearance in Paris and London. — A Tour through Belgium with ..."
5. Reminiscences of an Emigrant Milesian: The Irish Abroad and at Home; in the by Andrew] [O'Reilly (1853)
"Rigour of the Law and its executants—Trial of Moore —Walter Cox imprisoned for Libel—The Duchess of Richmond. IF the Bank of Ireland and the private banking ..."