Definition of Desolaters

1. Noun. (plural of desolater) ¹



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Definition of Desolaters

1. desolater [n] - See also: desolater

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Desolaters

desocialised
desocialises
desocialising
desocialization
desocialize
desocialized
desocializes
desocializing
desogestrel
desolate
desolated
desolately
desolateness
desolatenesses
desolater
desolaters (current term)
desolates
desolating
desolatingly
desolation
desolations
desolator
desolators
desolatory
desolder
desolvate
desolvated
desolvates
desolvating
desolvation

Literary usage of Desolaters

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1. Ti-ping Tien-kwoh: The History of the Ti-ping Revolution by Augustus F. Lindley (1866)
"In vain I gazed around for some trace of the " desolaters." If I looked to the village, I saw nothing but crowds of well-to-do, busy, complacent- looking ..."

2. View of the State of Europe During the Middle Ages by Henry Hallam (1848)
"Languedoc, a country, for that age, flourishing and civilized, was laid waste by these desolaters ; her cities burnt ; her inhabitants swept away by fire ..."

3. The Friend of Peace by Noah Worcester, Massachusetts Peace Society (1827)
"... the most successful desolaters of the earth; yet he never ttM. Blessed are the Wan-makers ;—but he ..."

4. The Attic Orators from Antiphon to Isaeos by Richard Claverhouse Jebb (1876)
"... of vengeance which Demosthenes, like the Heroes of ancient mythology, undertook against the desolaters of his paternal home2/ It would be agreeable thus ..."

5. The Attic Orators from Antiphon to Isaeos by Richard Claverhouse Jebb (1893)
"... to carry on the contest of vengeance which Demosthenes, like the Heroes of ancient mythology, undertook against the desolaters of his paternal home. ..."

6. Narrative and Critical History of America by Justin Winsor (1889)
"... natives around the mound and on its slopes settled its fate ; and the demolition begun thereupon, and continued by the furious desolaters of the Church, ..."

7. The History of Greece by Ernst Curtius (1897)
"... which Demosthenes, like the Heroes of ancient mythology, undertook against the desolaters of his paternal home. openin" of ^n^B contest was waged in a ..."

8. Dakota War Whoop: Or, Indian Massacres and War in Minnesota, of 1862-3 by Harriet E. Bishop (1864)
"What fearful guilt rests upon the murder plotters — the proxy desolaters of the fair land and domestic peace, for that secession is the root and base of the ..."

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