Definition of Hasteners

1. Noun. (plural of hastener) ¹



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Definition of Hasteners

1. hastener [n] - See also: hastener

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hasteners

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hasta la vista
hastas
hastate
hastate leaf
hastated
hastately
haste
haste makes waste
hasted
hasteful
hastely
hasten
hastened
hastener
hasteners (current term)
hastenest
hasteneth
hastening
hastenings
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hastes
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hastile
hastily
hastiness
hastinesses
hasting
hastings

Literary usage of Hasteners

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1. The Rambler: In Three Volumes by Samuel Johnson (1823)
"... the two great hasteners of modern poems, employed twelve years upon the Thebaid, and thinks his claim to renown proportionate to his labour. ..."

2. The Works of Samuel Johnson by Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy (1825)
"... but amidst all his pride and indigence, the two great hasteners of modern p,»ems, employed twelve years upon the ..."

3. Boswell's Life of Johnson: Including Boswell's Journal of a Tour to the by James Boswell, Samuel Johnson (1887)
"... of Human Wishes^. and indigence as the two great copy, from the original in Dr. John- hasteners of modern poems.' He con- son's handwriting. JA*. ..."

4. The Christian Examiner (1838)
"... not insist on a dead order; for while they seem conservative, they are the real hasteners of Revolution. Do we not know a dam produces an outbreak? ..."

5. Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words from the by Thomas Wright (1904)
"hasteners, ». Circular tins, put on a spit, to reflect heat on the meat in roasting. HASTER, s. (1) A tin meat-screen, to reflect the heat in roasting. ..."

6. The Works of Samuel Johnson, Ll. D.: A New Ed., in Twelve Volumes, to which by Samuel Johnson, Arthur Murphy (1820)
"... the two great hasteners of modern poems, employed twelve years upon the Thebaid, and thinks his claim to renown proportionate to his labour. ..."

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