Definition of Squarers
1. squarer [n] - See also: squarer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squarers
Literary usage of Squarers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1868)
"The common herd of 'squarers of the circle,' •which grows more numerous every day, and which includes many men of undoubted sanity, and even of the very ..."
2. The Teaching and History of Mathematics in the United States by Florian Cajori (1890)
"It would be strange if America had not produced her crop of " circle- squarers," just as other countries have done. Our history of them will be quite ..."
3. The Strength of Nations: An Argument from History by Joseph William Wilson Welsford (1909)
"THE REIGN OF THE CIRCLE squarers. FRANCE. 1. Adam Smith's acquaintance with France. 2. His description of the French economists. 3. ..."
4. Over the Teacups by Oliver Wendell Holmes (1891)
"I hope to refer to this work hereafter, but just now I will only say that, after reading till one is tired the strange fancies of the squarers of the circle ..."