Definition of Literators

1. Noun. (plural of literator) ¹



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Definition of Literators

1. literator [n] - See also: literator

Lexicographical Neighbors of Literators

literate person
literately
literateness
literatenesses
literates
literateur
literateurs
literateuse
literateuses
literati
literatim
literation
literations
literato
literator
literators
literatuer
literatuers
literature
literatures
literatus
literbike
literbikes
literose
liters
lites
lith
lith-
lithaemia
lithaemias

Literary usage of Literators

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. America and Europe by Adam G. De Gurowski (1857)
"The American literators, being brought up and nursed on English models, ... The highest aim of literators is to imitate, to approach those examples, ..."

2. A Text-Book in the History of Education by Paul Monroe (1905)
"By the time of the opening of this transitional period, the elementary schools (schools of the literators, they were also called) were quite numerous and ..."

3. A Text-book in the History of Education by Paul Monroe (1905)
"By the time of the opening of this transitional period, the elementary schools (schools of the literators, they were also called) were quite numerous and ..."

4. A Letter from Mr. Burke, to a Member of the National Assembly: In Answer to by Edmund Burke (1791)
"... literators, to whom, ... legally to the office which the young literators had pre-occupied, ..."

5. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1807)
"They systematically corrupt a very corruptible race, (for some time a growing nuisance amongst you) a set of pert petulant literators, to whom, ..."

6. The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1815)
"They systematically corrupt a very corruptible race, (for some time a grow ing nuisance amongst you) a set of pert petulant literators, to whom instead of ..."

7. The Works of Edmund Burke by Edmund Burke (1839)
"... (for some time a growing nuisance amongst you) a set of pert petulant literators, to whom, instead of their proper, but severe unostentatious duties, ..."

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