Lexicographical Neighbors of Federator
Literary usage of Federator
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Selected Articles on a League of Nations by Edith M. Phelps (1919)
"Publishes the "federator." Subscription price, soc a year. Central Organization for a Durable Peace, Theresiastraat 51, The Hague. ..."
2. The Chinese by John Stuart Thomson (1909)
"... they will accomplish less than is expected until the likin absolutely ceases to keep the provinces disjointed. The great federator of China has ..."
3. Essays, Reviews, and Addresses by James Martineau (1891)
"Its power as an element of character, as an inspiration in art, as a federator of nations and factor of history, is freely admitted ; and no place that it ..."
4. The Audacious War by Clarence Walker Barron (1915)
"Mutual interest is the great federator. The unwritten Constitution of England has more binding force than the written Constitution of the United States. ..."
5. Where and how to Sell Manuscripts: A Directory for Writers by William Bloss McCourtie (1920)
"THE federator, 910 Third Avenue, Los Angeles, Cal. Monthly; per year, 50c. Editor, Nellie Wheelwright. The purpose of this magazine is to promote the ..."