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Definition of Deporter
1. one that deports [n -S] - See also: deports
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deporter
Literary usage of Deporter
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1. A Law Dictionary: Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States by John Bouvier (1843)
"Deport, respect. Deport, just, right, equitable. De porte (je me), I rely upon it. deporter, to depart. Depost d'armes, laying down of arms. deporter ..."
2. Literae Cantuarienses: the letter books of the Monastery of Christ Church by Joseph Brigstocke Sheppard (1887)
"... (de) qi service nous ne poems deporter sanz nostre grant damage. Vostre bone volunte en ceste chose et en autres nous ..."
3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1903)
"Lohan thinks that they are lost in the Erg to the south and south-west, and that deporter was mistaken in supposing that they make their way to the ..."
4. Barbarous Mexico: An Indictment of a Cruel and Corrupt System by John Kenneth Turner (1910)
"Of course, they're not all really Yaquis, but—" And President Diaz's chief deporter of Sonora working-people lolling there upon the deck of the freight ..."