Definition of Recensors

1. Verb. (third-person singular of recensor) ¹



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Definition of Recensors

1. recensor [v] - See also: recensor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recensors

recementing
recements
recencies
recency
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recensed
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recension
recensionist
recensionists
recensions
recensor
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recensors (current term)
recensorship
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recent
recent memory
recenter
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recentering
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recently
recentness
recentnesses
recentralize
recentralized

Literary usage of Recensors

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1. Hector Berlioz; Selections from His Letters, and Aesthetic, Humorous, and by Hector Berlioz, William Foster Apthorp (1879)
"The Germans give the name of recensors to journalists whose business it is to give a periodical account of what goes on in the theatres and even to analyze ..."

2. The Worship of Augustus Caesar: Derived from a Study of Coins, Monuments by Alexander Del Mar (1899)
"In the first example, the recensors employed by the Latin Sacred College evidently made no alteration of the dates in the text; probably for the reason that ..."

3. Ordo Sæclorum: A Treatise on the Chronology of the Holy Scriptures: and the by Henry Browne (1844)
"In the residues, however, the Samaritan recensors reverted, for tho most part, to the Hebrew text, perhaps because they perceived that the Alexandrine text ..."

4. Holy Himalaya: The Religion, Traditions, and Scenery of Himalayan Province by E. Sherman Oakley (1905)
"They have probably been worked over and over by recensors and copyists, in the interests of rival sects, until in the case of most of ..."

5. The Biblical World by Burton, Ernest DeWitt, 1856-1925, Harper, William Rainey, 1856-1906, Mathews, Shailer, 1863-1941, Shailer Mathews, University of Chicago (1893)
"... and the following chapter groups together the sources whence a collection of these texts which have escaped the conforming zeal of the recensors may be ..."

6. The Scriptural Religions, Histories, and Prophecies Analyzed and Examined by John William Willcock (1876)
"... recensors of the books of a more historical character have fabricated their interpolations and modifications, to give them the appearance of agreement ..."

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