Definition of Pacers

1. Noun. (plural of Pacer) ¹



2. Noun. (plural of pacer) ¹

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Definition of Pacers

1. pacer [n] - See also: pacer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pacers

paceline
pacelines
pacemaker
pacemaker failure
pacemaker output
pacemaker potential
pacemaker sensitivity
pacemaker syndrome
pacemakerlike
pacemakers
pacemaking
pacemakings
paceman
pacemen
pacer
pacers (current term)
paces
pacesetter
pacesetters
pacesetting
paceth
pacey
pacha
pachadom
pachadoms
pachak
pachaks
pachalic
pachalics
pachamanca

Literary usage of Pacers

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1. The Horse of America in His Derivation, History and Development by John Hankins Wallace (1897)
"Regulations against stallions at largo—American pacers taken to the West ... As much the larger number of those from England and Sweden were pacers, ..."

2. Cyclopedia of American Agriculture: A Popular Survey of Agricultural by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1908)
"When the standard for Standardbred horses was established, pacers and ... At the races, too, trotters and pacers at that time mostly competed on equal ..."

3. Dictionary of Americanisms. by John Russell Bartlett (1877)
"A breed of Rhode Island horses once very famous; but, although we often hear of Narragansett pacers, there is now no particular breed so called. ..."

4. Report of the Commissioners [and Appendices A to S] by Ontario Agricultural Commission, 1880 (1881)
"Another writer, Samuel Purchas, in 1625, indirectly verifies the historical conclusion that pacers were numerous in England at that date. ..."

5. Farm and Garden Rule-book: A Manual of Ready Rules and Reference with by Liberty Hyde Bailey (1911)
"... pacers Arranged according to record to close of 1910 Dan Patch, hr. li., by Joe Patchen, 30239 1| 55 Minor Heir, bh, by Heir-Jit-Law, ..."

6. The Breeds of Live-stock by Carl Warren Gay (1916)
"While all these were in a general way known as pacers, yet with most of them the gait was interchangeable, and many of them could trot as fast as they could ..."

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