Definition of Reciters

1. Noun. (plural of reciter) ¹



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Definition of Reciters

1. reciter [n] - See also: reciter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reciters

recitation
recitational
recitations
recitative
recitativelike
recitatively
recitatives
recitativi
recitativo
recitativos
recite
recited
recitement
recitements
reciter
reciters (current term)
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reck
reckan
recked
reckful
reckfulness
recking
reckless
recklessly
recklessness
recklessnesses
reckling

Literary usage of Reciters

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1. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney, Charles Rockwell Lanman (1905)
"Readings of Indian Oral reciters of the Vulgate By " Indian oral reciters " are meant those employed by SP Pandit. — It was from the lips of three living ..."

2. Atharva-veda Saṁhitā by William Dwight Whitney (1905)
"Readings of Indian Oral reciters of the Vulgate By " Indian oral reciters " are meant those employed by SP Pandit. — It was from the lips of three living ..."

3. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1903)
"which has attained a wide celebrity from ÍU use by professional readers and reciters, and which first brought the author into notice; together with "Gray ..."

4. The Art of Accompanying by Algernon H. Lindo (1916)
"It is a species of performance which has never commended itself unreservedly to the public; yet, for certain reciters, certain audiences and certain ..."

5. Arabian Poetry for English Readers by William Alexander Clouston (1881)
"PUBLIC reciters OF ROMANCES IN THE EAST. VON HAMMER'S statement that the recitation of the Romance of Antar fills the coffee-houses of the East must be ..."

6. Three Visits to America by Emily Faithfull (1884)
"... Shipyard—Architects—The higher branches of Art—Mrs. Nimmo Morant as an etcher—American and English actresses—Dramatic reciters—Mrs. Livermore—The Hon. ..."

7. History of Roman Literature: With an Introductory Dissertation on the by Henry Thompson (1852)
"... and not only poetry and orations were thus recited, but also works of history.5 reciters. To attend these readings was often, naturally enough, ..."

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