Definition of Searchers

1. Noun. (plural of searcher#English searcher) ¹



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Definition of Searchers

1. searcher [n] - See also: searcher

Lexicographical Neighbors of Searchers

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search wands
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searchability
searchable
searchableness
searched
searcher
searcher beetle
searcheress
searcheresses
searchers
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searching
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searchingly
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searchlight
searchlights
searcht
searcing
seare
seared

Literary usage of Searchers

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

1. Reading Records: Diary of the Corporation by J. M. Guilding (1895)
"Searchers OF CLOTH, LEATHER, FLESH AND FISH. Page 1615-16 Two Clothiers are sworn and bound "to do the office of Overseers of Cloth made within the Borough ..."

2. Overview of the Third Text Retrieval Conference (Trec-3) edited by D. K. Harmon (1996)
"ten experienced online searchers with a training manual that guided them ... After searchers completed the first part of the manual they performed one ..."

3. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1900)
"And the saide Searchers to presente all such defaults of the saide Company which ... as the saide Searchers for the tyme beinge shall not find allowable, ..."

4. The Royal Government in Virginia, 1624-1775 by Percy Scott Flippin, Wallace Everett Caldwell (1919)
"According to an act of Assembly of February, 1633, searchers were appointed " to search the ships and secret places of said ships, and to seize all ..."

5. Diary of the Corporation by J. M. Guilding, Reading (England). City Council, Reading (England) (1895)
"Searchers OF CLOTH, LEATHER, FLESH AND FISH. Page 1615-16 Two Clothiers are sworn and bound "to do the office of Overseers of Cloth made within the Borough ..."

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