Definition of Suiters
1. suiter [n] - See also: suiter
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suiters
Literary usage of Suiters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1848)
"No other condition seems to hav« been imposed on him in selecting these suiters, than that they should be of equal rank with herself. ..."
2. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1837)
"No other condition seems to have been imposed on him in selecting these suiters, than that they should be of equal rank with herself. ..."
3. Foster on Auction: A Complete Exposition of the Latest Developments of by Robert Frederick Foster (1918)
"... either in length or strength. These are called two-suiters, and they are among the strongest attacking hands that the auction player can hold. ..."
4. Foster's Auction Made Easy: A Text Book for the Beginner, the Average Player by Robert Frederick Foster (1920)
"We come now to consider the manner in which two-suiters are developed hi the later rounds of the bidding. ..."
5. A Classical Dictionary: Containing ... Proper Names Mentioned in Ancient by Charles Anthon (1841)
"While the poet represents the con of Ulysses, stimulated by Minerva, coming forward in Ithaca with newly-excited courage, and calling the suiters to account ..."