Definition of Construers
1. construer [n] - See also: construer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Construers
Literary usage of Construers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts (1863)
"... but an event in which our judges would appear in the anomalous position of construers of the meaning of the abstract of the effect of a document, ..."
2. The Monthly Review (1841)
"... till lately, for the most part, more addicted to scholarship, were more elegant every way, more gentlemanly, more liberal construers of conduct, ..."
3. Reminiscences: Chiefly of Oriel College and the Oxford Movement by Thomas Mozley (1882)
"You don't know how much you owe to Russell," he would say to me, though I was never one of those facile construers. In the biography referred to, ..."
4. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1883)
"On the reverse of this are three seven-line stanzas, "To the Courteous construers of indifferent iudgement." This poem also, including the title, ..."
5. A Treatise on Criminal Pleading and Practice by Francis Wharton (1880)
"The judges, and eminently so those of the federal Supreme Court, are not only the construers of all laws, whether established by treaty or legislation, ..."
6. Journal of Proceedings and Addresses of the ... Annual Meeting by Southern Educational Association, Florida State Teachers Association, Association of Colleges and Preparatory Schools of the Southern States, Southern Association of College Women (1905)
"As construers of educational necessities, it is essential that we get a vital grasp upon the historic fact that there is a marked concensus of opinion and ..."