Definition of Justers
1. juster [n] - See also: juster
Lexicographical Neighbors of Justers
Literary usage of Justers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Metrical Romances of the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Centuries by Henry William Weber, Weber, Henry William, 1783-1818 (1810)
"... see justers In-tane, Am. 149, taken up so much money on our estate Inwith, SS. ... A. 1538, judgeth the event of lifc wars justers, A. 1400, 1867, ..."
2. The Archaeological Journal by British Archaeological Association (1868)
"Most of the body-armours of the knights justers are also silvered ; and this silvering does not appear to be merely a rich mode of indicating " white armour ..."
3. Transactions by Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire (1855)
"... you for to geve unto [the] iy best justers without a diamonde, & a rubie, ... uuto the othir two next the best justers. This doon, than shall the ..."
4. Transactions of the Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire by Historic Society of Lancashire and Cheshire (1850)
"... you for to geve unto [the] best justers without a diamonde, & a ruble, ... ui the othir two next the best justers. This doon, than shall the ..."
5. The Readjuster Movement in Virginia by Charles Chilton Pearson (1917)
"Control of these through "rings," Read- justers said, formed the very basis of "Bourbon" and "Broker" power. Accordingly, candidates sprang up "as plentiful ..."
6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"... of the so-called National party, and also a faction of Virginians called Rcad- justers, who ultimately were absorbed by the Republicans. ..."