Definition of Perplexers
1. perplexer [n] - See also: perplexer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perplexers
Literary usage of Perplexers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Agamemnon of Aeschylus by Aeschylus, John Fletcher Davies (1868)
"... making unsafe moorings, 195 men's path-perplexers, heeding not cost of ships and tackle, a twice-told length of time expended in waste, and tore all to ..."
2. Essays on the Constitution of the United States: Published During Its by Paul Leicester Ford, James Sullivan, James Winthrop, Elbridge Gerry, Oliver Ellsworth, William Williams, Roger Sherman, George Clinton, Alexander Hamilton, Robert Yates, Hugh Henry Brackenridge, Samuel Chase, Daniel Carroll, Luther Martin, Spencer Roan (1892)
"Have they not been our scourge and the perplexers of our councils for many years ? Is it not thro' their policy that the state of New York draws an annual ..."
3. The Book of Christmas: Descriptive of the Customs, Ceremonies, Traditions by Thomas Kibble Hervey (1852)
"These practical facetiae are the performances of that class of nondescript lads, " perplexers of Lord Mayors and ..."