Definition of Consulters
1. consulter [n] - See also: consulter
Lexicographical Neighbors of Consulters
Literary usage of Consulters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Peace Conference Day by Day: A Presidential Pilgrimage Leading to the by Charles Thaddeus Thompson (1920)
"As a means of averting an open break, the Council of Four has now called in three consulters—Tardieu for France, Morley for England, and Dean Haskins of ..."
2. Rome in Canada: The Ultramontane Struggle for Supremacy Over the Civil Authority by Charles Lindsey (1877)
"When a book is denounced to the Holy Office, one of the Consulters is charged to ... The report being made, is presented to the Consulters, who in the ..."
3. Domestic Annals of Scotland: From the Reformation to the Revolution by Robert Chambers (1874)
"For this reason, the parliament enacted the punishment of death to ' consulters,' at the same time ratifying ' all former acts against witches, sorcerers, ..."