Definition of Intermitters

1. intermitter [n] - See also: intermitter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Intermitters

intermittent cramp
intermittent explosive disorder
intermittent haemoglobinuria
intermittent lake
intermittent lakes
intermittent malarial fever
intermittent mandatory ventilation
intermittent positive-pressure breathing
intermittent positive-pressure ventilation
intermittent pulse
intermittent sterilization
intermittent tetanus
intermittent torticollis
intermittently
intermitter
intermitters (current term)
intermitting
intermittingly
intermix
intermixed
intermixedly
intermixes
intermixing
intermixingly
intermixt
intermixture
intermixtures
intermobilities
intermobility
intermodal

Literary usage of Intermitters

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1. Treatise on the Law of Scotland on the Subject of Teinds Or Tithes by William Buchanan (1862)
"... from the defenders, as proprietors, and from all others, intermitters with the fruits and produce of the lauds, from the date of citation of the action ..."

2. Willis and Inventories Illustrative of the History, Manners, Language by James Raine, William Greenwell, John Crawford Hogdson, Herbert Maxwell Wood (1835)
"... and intermitters to this my last Will and se that it be rightly ordered to the pleasure of God & health to my soule, wich I com'end into the handes of ..."

3. Sessional Papers by British Columbia Legislative Assembly, Legislative Assembly (1901)
"... Oxidation Polarité System, irith Candy Automatic Revolving Sprinklers and intermitters. There are two detritus chambers fitted with deep scum boards, ..."

4. Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive by United States Congress. Senate (1857)
"... and whereby the other instruments of the circuit, not having their intermitters in activity, are governed by it, and insured to complete their motion ..."

5. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1857)
"... and whereby the other instruments of the circuit, not having their intermitters in activity, are governed by it, and insured to complete their motion ..."

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