Definition of Realizers
1. Noun. (plural of realizer) ¹
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Definition of Realizers
1. realizer [n] - See also: realizer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Realizers
Literary usage of Realizers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Mississippi Bubble: A Memoir of John Law by Adolphe Thiers, Francis Skinner Fiske (1859)
"... adding new functions to the company — Letter to a creditor — Panic increases — Odious measures — Licentiousness of the realizers — Bank notes might and ..."
2. The Destiny of the Soul: A Critical History of the Doctrine of a Future Life by William Rounseville Alger, Ezra Abbot (1880)
"... almost every thing except,in asserting the Messiahship of Jesus: they claimed, to be the genuine Jews, children of the law and realizers of the promise. ..."
3. Literature of the Doctrine of a Future Life: Or, A Catalogue of Works by Ezra Abbot, William Rounseville Alger (1864)
"... children of the law and realizers of the promise. The Jewish dogmas, therefore, descended to them as a natural Imeil inheritance. ..."
4. History of Modern Times: From the Fall of Constantinople to the French by Victor Duruy, Edwin Augustus Grosvenor (1894)
"This example caused alarm and became contagious; the realizers multiplied; ... Law, become controller general, struggled desperately against the realizers: ..."
5. Martin's History of France: The Decline of the French Monarchy by Henri Martin (1866)
"The realizers, those at least who were not princes or in credit with the government, had lost nothing by waiting : the Chamber of Justice was not instituted ..."
6. Our Hidden Forces: ("La Psychologie Inconnue") An Experimental Study of the by Émile Boirac (1917)
"These phenomena require, in fact, not, as in the former cases, special revelators, but, if we may term it so, special realizers, without which they remain ..."
7. The Works of Washington Irving by Washington Irving (1863)
"... but by sleek placemen ; knowing realizers of present pay and present pudding ; who seem placed there not to kill and destroy, but to breed and multiply. ..."
8. Great Debates in American Hist: From the Debates in the British Parliament by United States Congress, Great Britain Parliament, Marion Mills Miller (1913)
"The greater part buried it in the earth, and the rich realizers used every artifice to transfer it to foreign countries. Another portion of our coin left ..."