Definition of Disclosers

1. Noun. (plural of discloser) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Disclosers

1. discloser [n] - See also: discloser

Lexicographical Neighbors of Disclosers

disclarity
disclaunder
disclaundered
disclike
disclimax
disclimaxes
disclinated
disclination
disclinations
discloak
discloaked
disclosable
disclose
disclosed
discloser
disclosers (current term)
discloses
disclosing
disclosing solution
disclost
disclosure
disclosures
discloud
disclouded
disclout
disclouted
disclouting
disclouts
disclude
discluded

Literary usage of Disclosers

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

1. Daniel the Prophet: Nine Lectures, Delivered in the Divinity School of the by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1885)
"Unless God made them in any case, the disclosers of His Will, or gave them an office to man, they were believed to be, in their offices for man, unknown, ..."

2. The National Magazine by Abel Stevens, James Floy (1853)
"... public and professional card-readers, or disclosers of the future through cards. She lived to a great age, having begun her career before the first ..."

3. The Straits of Malacca, Indo-China, and China: Or, Ten Years' Travels by John Thomson (1875)
"... and as in our courts a false witness has no torture to dread, no rack nor thumbscrews, the successful disclosers of secrets in China, he lies without ..."

4. Sunday Evenings in the College Chapel: Sermons to Young Men by Francis Greenwood Peabody (1911)
"... the people who dare to have faith in their time, the disclosers, even to an age which does not believe in itself, ..."

5. Supervising Private Pensions: Institutions and Methods by OECD Staff, Private Pensions and Insurance Unit (2004)
"Accounting policy • Copies about the disclosers. • Regulation about the cash and payment processes. Frequency and intensity of the inspections Depending on ..."

6. Six Years of a Traveller's Life in Western Africa by Francisco Travassos Valdez (1861)
"... the bodies are then thrown into the river, and the heads are piled up at the entrance to the capital, as a warning to all disclosers of state secrets. ..."

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