Definition of Gloaters

1. Noun. (plural of gloater) ¹



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Definition of Gloaters

1. gloater [n] - See also: gloater

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gloaters

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gloaters (current term)
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Literary usage of Gloaters

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1. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... George of Clarence, and Richard gloaters Duke, Then Henry claiming after his decease His stile, his Crowne and former dignitie Was quite suppressed, ..."

2. The Literary World by Samuel R. Crocker, Edward Abbott, Nicholas Paine Gilman, Madeline Vaughan Abbott Bushnell, Bliss Carman, Herbert Copeland (1900)
"... students of the art of naval warfare, for projectors of measures of national defense, rather than for boys, sergeants of marine and gloaters over gore. ..."

3. School and Home Education (1908)
"Miss Severn, harkening, was aghast, and immediately invented various errands for the little gloaters, but new tongues took up the tale, and the excitement ..."

4. The True Tragedie of Richard the Third: To which is Appended the Latin Play by Thomas Legge (1844)
"Imprisoned he, in the Tower of London lies, By strict command, from Edward Englands King, Since cruelly murthered, by Richard gloaters Duke. Poe. ..."

5. The Champions of the Church: Their Crimes and Persecutions by De Robigne Mortimer Bennett (1878)
"With this we turn away with unutterable disgust from this great pioneer of all the hell-gloaters of the after ages. We leave Tertullian, all lurid with the ..."

6. Opuscula. by Stephen Prentis (1855)
"... ax—those patriotic gloaters upon blood- induced the tyranny that followed, though nothing like the tyranny they saw, nor such as their consummate crimes ..."

7. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... George of Clarence, and Richard gloaters Duke, Then Henry claiming after his decease His stile, his Crowne and former dignitie Was quite suppressed, ..."

8. The Literary World by Samuel R. Crocker, Edward Abbott, Nicholas Paine Gilman, Madeline Vaughan Abbott Bushnell, Bliss Carman, Herbert Copeland (1900)
"... students of the art of naval warfare, for projectors of measures of national defense, rather than for boys, sergeants of marine and gloaters over gore. ..."

9. School and Home Education (1908)
"Miss Severn, harkening, was aghast, and immediately invented various errands for the little gloaters, but new tongues took up the tale, and the excitement ..."

10. The True Tragedie of Richard the Third: To which is Appended the Latin Play by Thomas Legge (1844)
"Imprisoned he, in the Tower of London lies, By strict command, from Edward Englands King, Since cruelly murthered, by Richard gloaters Duke. Poe. ..."

11. The Champions of the Church: Their Crimes and Persecutions by De Robigne Mortimer Bennett (1878)
"With this we turn away with unutterable disgust from this great pioneer of all the hell-gloaters of the after ages. We leave Tertullian, all lurid with the ..."

12. Opuscula. by Stephen Prentis (1855)
"... ax—those patriotic gloaters upon blood- induced the tyranny that followed, though nothing like the tyranny they saw, nor such as their consummate crimes ..."

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