Definition of Pronouncers

1. Noun. (plural of pronouncer) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Pronouncers

1. pronouncer [n] - See also: pronouncer

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pronouncers

pronominally
pronota
pronotal
pronotaries
pronotary
pronotum
pronoun
pronounal
pronounce
pronounceable
pronounced
pronouncedly
pronouncement
pronouncements
pronouncer
pronouncers (current term)
pronounces
pronounciate
pronounciation
pronouncing
pronouns
pronto
pronubial
pronuclear
pronuclei
pronucleophiles
pronucleuses
pronuncial
pronunciamento

Literary usage of Pronouncers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Cities and Wilds of Andalucia by Robert Dundas Murray (1853)
"Not a shot was fired in anger ; and when this handful of men entered the city, the "pronouncers" were nowhere to be seen, having acted upon the principle, ..."

2. Autographs for Freedom by Rochester Ladies' Anti-slavery Society (1853)
"It has been customary, with a certain class of Shibboleth-pronouncers to class him with infidels, but this is only the appropriate and characteristic retort ..."

3. The Massachusetts Teacher (1851)
"It is far more important (and far more difficult) to teach classes to read understandingly, than it is to render them skilful pronouncers of words. ..."

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