Definition of Recanters

1. Noun. (plural of recanter) ¹



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Definition of Recanters

1. recanter [n] - See also: recanter

Lexicographical Neighbors of Recanters

recanalized
recanalizes
recanalizing
recane
recaned
recanes
recaning
recanned
recanning
recans
recant
recantation
recantations
recanted
recanter
recanters
recanting
recants
recap
recapacitate
recapacitated
recapacitates
recapacitating
recapitalisation
recapitalisations
recapitalise

Literary usage of Recanters

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

1. Modern American Spiritualism: A Twenty Years' Record of the Communion by Emma Hardinge Britten (1870)
"... etc., Just so with my friends, the 'recanters.' The divine exposed his own unchristian neglect of duty, but convicted me of—nothing. ..."

2. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1891)
"Of all those who have gained and kept a name as foremost in the rank of abdominal surgeons, we find no recanters. These are almost always to be found in the ..."

3. Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution: With an by Lorenzo Sabine (1864)
"An Addresser of Hutchinson in 1774, but one of the " Recanters." He went to England in 1777, and died before the peace. In 1781, his estate was advertised ..."

4. A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland: Showing how ...by William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1829)
"... whether he should be pardoned, as other recanters had been; but it was resolved, that his crimes were so enormous that it would be unjust to let him ..."

5. A History of the Protestant "reformation," in England and Ireland: Showing ...by William Cobbett by William Cobbett (1824)
"It was a question in the Queen's council, whether he should be pardoned, as other recanters had been; but it was resolved, that his crimes were so enormous ..."

6. A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland: Showing how by William Cobbett (1832)
"It was a question in the Queen's council, whether he should be pardoned, as other recanters had been; but it was resolved, that his crimes were so enormous ..."

7. A History of the Protestant Reformation in England and Ireland: Showing how by William Cobbett (1857)
"It was a question in the Queen's council, whether he should be pardoned, as other recanters had been; but it was resolved, that his crimes were so enormous ..."

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