Definition of Imposters

1. Noun. (plural of imposter) ¹



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Definition of Imposters

1. imposter [n] - See also: imposter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imposters

imposingness
imposition
impositions
impossibilism
impossibilities
impossibility
impossible
impossible action
impossible dream
impossibleness
impossibles
impossibly
impost
imposted
imposter
imposters (current term)
imposthumate
imposthumation
imposthumations
imposthume
imposthumes
imposting
impostor
impostorism
impostors
impostorship
impostour
impostrix
impostrous
imposts

Literary usage of Imposters

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1. The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge: Embracing by Johann Jakob Herzog, Philip Schaff, Albert Hauck (1908)
"He published a tragedy, The Rape, or the Innocent imposters (London, 1692), a translation of the ..."

2. Of Toronto the Good, a Social Study: The Queen City of Canada as it is by Christopher St. George Clark (1898)
"imposters. PICKPOCKETS. CROOKS. THIEVES. ASSIGNATION HOUSES. THE POOR OF THE CITY. As has been before stated land for building purposes is high and scarce ..."

3. Every Day Life in London by James Grant (1839)
"The lowest sum earned by any of the supposed two hundred and fifty begging-letter imposters to whom I have alluded, cannot be under 100Z. a year; ..."

4. The Web by Emerson Hough (1919)
"They complained that a number of imposters in army uniforms were bringing discredit to the soldiery and requested that these be apprehended. ..."

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