Definition of Sifters

1. Noun. (plural of sifter) ¹



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Definition of Sifters

1. sifter [n] - See also: sifter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sifters

sifaka
sifakas
siffle
siffled
siffles
siffleur
siffleurs
siffling
sifilet
sifilets
sift
siftability
siftable
sifted
sifter
sifters (current term)
sifting
siftings
siftproof
sifts
sifu
sifus
siganid
siganids
sigaultian
sigben
sigbin
sigeh
siggie
siggies

Literary usage of Sifters

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1. The Life of Mrs. Godolphin by John Evelyn, Samuel Wilberforce (1848)
"... will give my sifters my mare of the Queen's Leafe, fifty pounds a year; ... an hundred pounds more in rings for your five sifters, to remember me by. ..."

2. Memoirs of the Right Reverend Simon Wm. Gabriel Bruté: D. D., First Bishop by Simon William Gabriel Bruté de Rémur, James Roosevelt Bayley (1861)
"RIAL OF THE PRIEST AND THE THREE SISTERS OF LA CHAPELLE ST. AUBERT, DIOCESE OF RENNES. " Mr. Raoul, and the three good sifters of La ..."

3. A Collection of Poems in Six Volumes by Robert Dodsley (1770)
"L E'TTER from SMYRNA to his sifters at CRUX-EASTON,. 1733. By the Same, . • THE hero who to Smyrna bay From ..."

4. Report of the United States Entomological Commission by United States Entomological commission (1885)
"Although sifters may, not be recommended generally, it is necessary to notice ... With sifters there is also probably more danger of the laborer getting ..."

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