Definition of Hoverers

1. Noun. (plural of hoverer) ¹



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Definition of Hoverers

1. hoverer [n] - See also: hoverer

Lexicographical Neighbors of Hoverers

hoverboarders
hoverboarding
hoverboards
hovercam
hovercams
hovercar
hovercars
hoverchair
hoverchairs
hovercraft
hovercrafts
hovercycle
hovercycles
hovered
hoverer
hoverers (current term)
hoverest
hovereth
hoverflies
hoverfly
hovering
hoveringly
hoverjet
hoverjets
hoverport
hoverports
hovers
hovertrain
hovertrains
hoves

Literary usage of Hoverers

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

1. Shooting on Upland, Marsh, and Stream: A Series of Articles Written by by William Bruce Leffingwell (1890)
"These stool-pigeons were known as flyers or hoverers. ... To interest them still more, the strings attached to the hoverers would be pulled, their pedestals ..."

2. Shooting on Upland, Marsh, and Stream: A Series of Articles Written by by William Bruce Leffingwell (1890)
"These stool-pigeons were known as flyers or hoverers. ... To interest them still more, the strings attached to the hoverers would be pulled, their pedestals ..."

3. The Norfolk Broads by William Alfred Dutt (1903)
"... be let out on hire to florists and others whose rare cuttings and bulbs are attacked by plant- lice. Two very common hoverers throughout the Broads are ..."

4. The Singing Man: A Book of Songs and Shadows by Josephine Preston Peabody (1911)
"Gulls, starlings, hoverers, Along the meadows and the paling foam, All wings of thine that roam Fly down, fly down. One reedy murmur blurs The silence of ..."

5. The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Lloyd and Company (1864)
"... abounds in some large woods, where the males are most indefatigable hoverers, the typical confusus is more confined to gardens and meadows. 3. ..."

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