Definition of Insnarers

1. Noun. (plural of insnarer) ¹



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Definition of Insnarers

1. insnarer [n] - See also: insnarer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Insnarers

insisters
insisting
insistingly
insists
insisture
insistures
insitiency
insition
insitions
insizwaite
inslave
insleeper
insnare
insnared
insnarer
insnarers (current term)
insnares
insnaring
insnarl
insnarled
insnarling
insnarls
insober
insobrieties
insobriety
insociabilities
insociability
insociably
insociate

Literary usage of Insnarers

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1. The Tatler by Joseph Addison, Alexander Chalmers, Richard Steele (1822)
"It is urged by my correspondents, that they do all that is possible to keep their eyes off these insnarers ; but that, by what power they know not, ..."

2. The British Essayists; with Prefaces, Historical and Biographical, by Alexander Chalmers (1809)
"It is urged by my correspondents, that they do all that is possible to keep their eyes off these insnarers; but that, by what power they know not, ..."

3. The British Essayists by James Ferguson (1823)
"It is urged by my correspondents, that they do all that is possible to keep their eyes off thes'e insnarers ; but that, by what power they know not, ..."

4. The British Essayists: With Prefaces Biographical, Historical and Critical by Lionel Thomas Berguer (1823)
"It is urged by my correspondents, that 'hey do all that is possible to keep their eyes off these insnarers; but that, by what power they inow not, ..."

5. The Sea of Ice: Or, The Arctic Adventurers by Percy Bolingbroke St. John (1859)
"... and insnarers. I made rash vows of wreaking vengeance on the first of my kind I ever met again. I did, and thought, and said, a thousand foolish and bad ..."

6. Select British Classics (1803)
"Here is a little country girl that is very cunning, that • makes her use of being young and unbred, and outdoes the insnarers, who are almost twice her age. ..."

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