2. Verb. (third-person singular of smother) ¹
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Definition of Smothers
1. smother [v] - See also: smother
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Literary usage of Smothers
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1. Vital Records of Danvers, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849 by Danvers (Mass.) (1909)
"Peter smothers, s. John Lindsey and Mary (smothers), at Lynn, May 2o, ... Samuel smothers, s. John Lindsey and Mary (smothers), at Lynn, Mar. ..."
2. A Treatise on the Law of Negligence by Francis Wharton (1874)
"smothers ward, J., and Black, CJ; is that a v. Hanks, 34 Iowa, 287, Bock, CJ, physician is liable only for such skill dissenting. and diligence as are ..."
3. Journal of the Constitutional Convention of the State of New Hampshire by New Hampshire Constitutional Convention (1877)
"... Bean, Parker of Merrimack, Abbott of Milford, Crosby, Ramsdell, Spalding of Nashua, Tilton of Nashua, smothers, Preston, Scott, Smith of Peterborough, ..."
4. Ranolf and Amohia: A South-sea Day-dream by Alfred Domett (1872)
"In fresh resolve the passing pang she smothers, And dashes, as it starts, the tear away: Then with a half impatience and mute pain She turns into the ..."
5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Appellate Court of the State by Indiana Appellate Court (1904)
"State, ex rel. that notice was also given said James Franklin smothers to appear to said petition on said 1st day of April, 1897, by publication ..."