Definition of Nestors
1. nestor [n] - See also: nestor
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nestors
Literary usage of Nestors
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Kritischer Versuch Zur Aufklaerung Der Byzantischen Chronologie: Mit by Johann Philipp Krug (1810)
"... hatte also keinen so grossen Anstoss daran nehmen sollen, wenn man nestors cy *b durch ... nestors ..."
2. Review of Reviews and World's Work by Albert Shaw (1906)
"... and Boston) The same grade of tobaccos and the same blends as used in our Cairo factory are employed in the manufacture of "nestors" in this country. ..."
3. The Home and Foreign Review (1863)
"... ses nestors, ses imbeciles," &c. To put Architectes for Achilles might be only the blunder of a copyist; but the introduction of Nero shows that the ..."
4. The Member for Paris: A Tale of the Second Empire by Eustace Clare Grenville Murray (1871)
"These were great concessions for the civic nestors to make, for the depreciation of the past is not a common foible with those who are leaning towards ..."
5. The War Plotters of Wall Street by Charles Albert Collman (1915)
"THE nestors OF NEW YORK JOURNALISM Here, then, we have the two nestors of New York's jour- .nalism. On the one hand— Adolph S. ..."
6. Fores's Sporting Notes & Sketches. a Quarterly Magazine Descriptive of (1892)
"nestors of the chase sit in close consultation discussing knotty points in hound breeding. The first gentleman in England, HRH the Prince of Wales, ..."
7. Der Pragmatismus: Ein neuer Name für alte Denkmethoden: volkstümliche by William James (1908)
"Denken wir uns aber, er erlebe in seinem Bewußtsein irgend eine von nestors Taten, dann ist seine Person mit der nestors identisch. ..."