Definition of Licencer

1. licenser [n -S] - See also: licenser



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Licencer

libtard
libtards
libya
lice
licecide
licecides
licence
licence to crenellate
licence to print money
licenced
licenced victualler
licenced victuallers
licencee
licencees
licenceless
licencer (current term)
licencers
licences
licencing
licensable
license
license fee
license number
license plate
license plates
license tax
license to print money
licensed
licensed game
licensed practical nurse

Literary usage of Licencer

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Areopagitica by John Milton (1894)
"of his patriarchal licencer to blot or alter what precisely accords not with the hidebound humor which he calls his judgement; when every acute reader upon ..."

2. English Reprints by Edward Arber (1868)
"I know nothing of the licencer, but that I have his own hand here for his arrogance; who mall warrant me his judgement ? ..."

3. Select Statutes, Cases, and Documents to Illustrate English Constitutional by Charles Grant Robertson (1904)
"... epistles, prefaces, tables, dedications, and all other things whatsoever thereunto annexed; which said copy shall be delivered by such licencer or ..."

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