Definition of Infecters

1. Noun. (plural of infecter) ¹



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Definition of Infecters

1. infecter [n] - See also: infecter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Infecters

infaust
infausting
infeasibilities
infeasibility
infeasible
infeasibleness
infect
infectability
infectable
infectant
infected
infected abortion
infectee
infectees
infecter
infecters (current term)
infectest
infecteth
infectibility
infectible
infecting
infection
infection-exhaustion psychosis
infection calculus
infection control
infection control nurse
infection control practitioners
infection immunity
infection thread
infections

Literary usage of Infecters

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1. The American Church History Series: Consisting of a Series of Denominational by Philip Schaff, American Society of Church History, Henry Codman Potter, Samuel Macauley Jackson (1894)
"... they have been the incendiaries of commonwealths and the infecters of persons in main matters of religion, and the troublers of churches in all places ..."

2. A History of the Baptist Churches in the United States by Albert Henry Newman (1894)
"years since, they have been the incendiaries of commonwealths and the infecters of persons in main matters of religion, and the troublers of churches, ..."

3. The Works of Thomas Goodwin, D.D. by Thomas Goodwin (1865)
"... or infecters of himself with evil.) For to the same real intent and respect that he mentions that of all women, he doth also that of the thousands of ..."

4. The Spottiswoode Miscellany: A Collection of Original Papers and Tracts by James Maidment (1845)
"... and Papists, reasoners against the truth,1 infecters of others, excommunicate, and traffickers for the subversion of the true religion, keeping familiar ..."

5. American Medicine (1908)
"The great point, however, is recognition of the danger from these human infecters, for recognizing a danger is often half the battle in the prevention of ..."

6. A Treatise on Plague Dealing with the Historical, Epidemiological, Clinical by William John Simpson (1905)
"There shall be a staff of qualified doctors, well-trained dis- infecters and mechanics, and also sanitary guards selected from persons who have been ..."

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