Definition of Nullifiers

1. Noun. (plural of nullifier) ¹



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Definition of Nullifiers

1. nullifier [n] - See also: nullifier

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nullifiers

nullary
nullary sum
nullary sums
nullas
nulled
nullhomotopic
nullibiety
nullibiquitous
nullifiable
nullification
nullifications
nullifidian
nullifidians
nullified
nullifier
nullifiers (current term)
nullifies
nullify
nullifying
nullifyingly
nulligravida
nulligravidae
nulligravidas
nulling
nullings
nullipara
nulliparae
nulliparas
nulliparity
nulliparous

Literary usage of Nullifiers

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1. A History of the People of the United States: From the Revolution to the by John Bach McMaster (1906)
"Indeed the nullifiers claimed him as their friend. If this were not so, if the famous toast on Jefferson's birthday was not meaningless, the time had come ..."

2. Life of James Buchanan: Fifteenth President of the United States by George Ticknor Curtis (1883)
"Hayne, which took place in, had not been followed in South Carolina by any surrender of the doctrine maintained by the nullifiers. In November,, the people ..."

3. The History of Our Country from Its Discovery by Columbus to the Celebration by Abby Sage Richardson (1875)
"Jackson's manner of dealing with the nullifiers was his great triumph, and won him the ... nullifiers IN SOUTH CAROLINA. Manufactures in United States. ..."

4. The Party Battles of the Jackson Period by Claude Gernade Bowers (1922)
"S the Whigs used every weapon that came into their hands —Thoney, subsidized and bought papers, the hostility to Masonry, the hate of the nullifiers, ..."

5. History of the United States of America: Under the Constitution by James Schouler (1913)
"This brief but thrilling announcement spread dismay over the faces of the nullifiers, while the rest of the company rejoiced at the rebuke it imported. ..."

6. The Nullification Controversy in South Carolina by Chauncey Samuel Boucher (1916)
"CHAPTER V THE nullifiers CAPTURE THE LEGISLATURE (1832) In the early weeks of the new year the partisans awaited developments. A protectionist convention at ..."

7. Transatlantic Sketches, Comprising Visits to the Most Interesting Scenes in by James Edward Alexander (1833)
"Return of Gold for several years—The nullifiers—Cut off the Tail.—Arrive at Louisville ; Falls of Ohio.—The Canal.—Freedom of Election in the Back ..."

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