Definition of Idolisers
1. idoliser [n] - See also: idoliser
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Idolisers
Literary usage of Idolisers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Lectures on the English Comic Writers by William Hazlitt (1845)
"I have mentioned this the more for the sake of those critics who are bigotted idolisers of our author, chiefly on the score of ..."
2. Hazlitt on English Literature: An Introduction to the Appreciation of Literature by William Hazlitt (1913)
"I have mentioned this the more for the sake of those critics who are bigotted idolisers of our author, chiefly on the score of his correctness. ..."
3. Some Notable Hamlets of the Present Time: Sarah Bernhardt, Henry Irving by Clement Scott (1900)
"The effort, since Fechter first stood on the English stage as Hamlet, to the disgust of the idolisers of the stilted Kemble, Macready, and Phelps schools, ..."
4. History of the Eighteenth Century and of the Nineteenth Till the Overthrow by Friedrich Christoph Schlosser (1843)
"The Marquis d'Argent, who was also one of the idolisers of Voltaire, said of him, with justice, that " he preached ..."