Definition of Impounders

1. Noun. (plural of impounder) ¹



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Definition of Impounders

1. impounder [n] - See also: impounder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impounders

impotable
impotence
impotences
impotencies
impotency
impotentia
impotently
impotents
impots
impound
impoundage
impoundages
impounded
impounder
impounders (current term)
impounding
impoundment
impoundments
impounds
impoverish
impoverished
impoverishedly
impoverishedness
impoverisher
impoverishers
impoverishes
impoverishing
impoverishment
impoverishments

Literary usage of Impounders

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1. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1889)
"Rights of impounders, 195. 192. Im- pounded, 192. Rights of Owner of Live Stock, 194. taining the ... Liabilities of impounders, 195. 8. Notice, 196. g. ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on Hydraulic and Water-supply Engineering: Relating to by John Thomas Fanning (1887)
"... leaving two-thirds to the impounders. In some instances this is varied to the proportion of one- quarter to the former and three-quarters to the latter. ..."

3. A Practical Treatise on Water-supply Engineering: Relating to the Hydrology by John Thomas Fanning (1877)
"... leaving two-thirds to the impounders. In some instances this is varied to the proportion of one- quarter to the former and three-quarters to the latter. ..."

4. Report on a Water Supply for New York and Other Cities of the Hudson Valley by John Thomas Fanning (1881)
"In some instances he says this is varied to the proportion of one-quarter to the riparian rights and three-quarters to the impounders. This last proportion ..."

5. Antiquities of Sunderland and Its Vicinity by Sunderland Antiquarian Society (Durham) (1907)
"Mr. Robinson brought an action against the impounders and recovered a verdict but of course as Mr. Garbutt points out the onus probandi of justifying their ..."

6. Antiquities of Sunderland and Its Vicinity by Sunderland Antiquarian Society (1907)
"Mr. Robinson brought an action against the impounders and recovered a verdict but of course as Mr. Garbutt points out the onus probandi of justifying their ..."

7. The Law of Contracts by Theophilus Parsons, Samuel Williston (1893)
"... and farriers; and those held by persons not bailees, as vendors, salvors: or, by virtue of Some * 239 legal right, as * impounders of stray cattle. ..."

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