Definition of Flouters

1. Noun. (plural of flouter) ¹



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Definition of Flouters

1. flouter [n] - See also: flouter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flouters

flourodeoxyglucose
flours
floury
floury cornea
flouse
floused
flouses
floush
floushed
floushes
floushing
flousing
flout
flouted
flouter
flouters (current term)
flouting
floutingly
flouts
flow
flow'r
flow'ret
flow'rets
flow-over vaporiser
flow-volume curve
flow away
flow battery
flow cell
flow chart
flow control

Literary usage of Flouters

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1. History of Oregon by Charles Henry Carey (1922)
"This Dr. Floyd is one of the flouters. The President gave me yesterday to read a paper which this man has prepared as chairman of a committee, ..."

2. Memoirs of John Quincy Adams: Comprising Portions of His Diary from 1795 to 1848 by John Quincy Adams (1875)
"As the public opinion is most watchful of the cringing canvass, the flouters are in fact the most numerous party. This Dr. Floyd is one of the ..."

3. California Under Spain and Mexico, 1535-1847: A Contribution Toward the by Richman, Irving Berdine, 1881- (1911)
"Benjamin D. Wilson, an early resident, had been given command of twenty Americans (flouters of Californian courage) with whom to guard the frontier along ..."

4. Afoot and Alone: A Walk from Sea to Sea by the Southern Route. Adventures by Stephen Powers (1872)
"A Jong Enfield sends a bullet hurtling somewhere through those old, upper solitudes, and the flouters suddenly act as if they hoard something. ..."

5. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1817)
"... at the naming of God, and at the presence of his wrath: and do these Mockers and flouters of his Maiestie, these dissembling Hipo- crites and flattering ..."

6. London by Charles Knight (1851)
"Bubb was so exquisite in his kind, that for the flouters of his day to think of improving him seems almost like the thought of gilding refined gold, ..."

7. The Journal of Philology by William George Clark, John Eyton Bickersteth Mayor, William Aldis Wright, Ingram Bywater, Henry Jackson (1882)
"... Seest thou how thy country, when flouted for its reckless policy, grimly looks the flouters in the face?' This was written about the time of the peace ..."

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