Definition of Readers

1. Noun. (plural of Reader) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of reader) ¹

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Definition of Readers

1. reader [n] - See also: reader

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Readers

readds
readee
readees
readen
readept
readepted
readepting
readeption
readepts
readerboard
readerboards
readerdom
readerless
readerly
readers (current term)
readership
readerships
readest
readeth
readibility
readie
readied
readier
readies
readiest
readily
readin'
readiness
readinesses

Literary usage of Readers

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1. Ainsworth's Magazine: A Miscellany of Romance, General Literature, & Art by William Harrison Ainsworth, George Cruikshank, Hablot Knight Browne (1843)
"... OUR readers. THE opening of a new volume brings with it that prefatory page, which, besides offering, as in the present instance, a medium for wishing, ..."

2. Passion and Criminality: A Legal and Literary Study by Louis Proal, Alfred Richard Allinson (1905)
"Nor have their fair readers much in common with the women of the same century, who fed on Nicole and would have enjoyed putting ..."

3. Reminiscences by Lyman Abbott (1915)
"REMINISCENCES CHAPTER II INTRODUCE MYSELF TO MY readers ^T^HESE papers are reminiscences, not history. I They lay no claim to accuracy. ..."

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