Definition of Justifiers

1. Noun. (plural of justifier) ¹

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Definition of Justifiers

1. justifier [n] - See also: justifier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Justifiers

justifiability
justifiable
justifiableness
justifiably
justification
justifications
justificative
justificator
justificators
justificatory
justifie
justified
justifiedly
justifiedness
justifier
justifiers (current term)
justifies
justifieth
justify
justifying
justifying space
justifying spaces
justing
justinian
justle
justled
justles
justling
justly
justness

Literary usage of Justifiers

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1. Leading American Inventors by George Iles (1912)
"This " slug," as it is called, in a moment is hard and cool enough to pass to a tray, LINE OF MATRICES, WITH justifiers BETWEEN THE WORDS where other slugs ..."

2. The Printer's Dictionary of Technical Terms: A Handbook of Definations and by Alexander A. Stewart (1912)
"justifiers—Very thin spaces, like copper-thin, etc., are sometimes called justifiers. In England, large quads or quotations are termed justifiers. ..."

3. Memoirs of Rev. George Whitefield by John Gillies, George Whitefield (1839)
"Hear this, all ye self-justifiers, tremble, and behold your doom! u dreadful doom, more dreadful than words can express, or thought conceive ! ..."

4. British Reformers by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A, Board of Publication (1842)
"Is this any other thing but to make the death of Christ in vain, and to be justifiers of yourselves? For, seeing the justice which is of value before God is ..."

5. British Reformers by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A, Board of Publication (1842)
"Is this any other thing but to make the death of Christ in vain, and to be justifiers of yourselves? For, seeing the justice which is of value before God is ..."

6. The Practice of Typography: Modern Methods of Book Composition by Theodore Low De Vinne (1904)
"... OF SPACES OR justifiers As previously mentioned, the spaces or justifiers consist of a short wedge and a longer wedge having' a sliding connection ..."

7. The Works of John Knox by John Knox, David Laing (1895)
"Now to you justifiers of Servetus: Servetus was an abominable blasphemer against God; and you are justifiers of Servetus: therfore ye are blasphemers before ..."

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