Definition of Shiverers

1. shiverer [n] - See also: shiverer



Lexicographical Neighbors of Shiverers

shiv
shiv'ah
shivah
shivahs
shivaree
shivareed
shivareeing
shivarees
shivas
shive
shiver
shiver-spar
shiver my timbers
shivered
shiverer
shiverers
shiverier
shiveriest
shivering
shiveringly
shiverings
shivers
shivery
shives
shiviti
shivitis
shivoo
shivoos
shivs
shivved

Literary usage of Shiverers

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

1. Veterinary Notes for Horse Owners: A Manual of Horse Medicine and Surgery by Matthew Horace Hayes (1903)
"Some shiverers show decided symptoms when taken to a water trough, ... I have Keen bad shiverers that would face a water-trough without a sign. ..."

2. Longman's Magazine by Charles James Longman (1898)
"... and of those scientifically charitable bodies who prefer (it would seem) the exposure of one impostor to the clothing of three shiverers. ..."

3. The Struggle for Immortality by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1889)
"From the filthy shiverers who shared the straw of the feudal hovel with their donkey or their goat, to the Irish laborer evicted at midwinter from the home ..."

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