Definition of Redeemers

1. Noun. (plural of redeemer) ¹



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Definition of Redeemers

1. redeemer [n] - See also: redeemer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redeemers

redecorators
reded
rededicate
rededicated
rededicates
rededicating
rededication
rededications
redeem
redeem oneself
redeemability
redeemable
redeemableness
redeemed
redeemer
redeemers (current term)
redeemeth
redeeming
redeeming(a)
redeems
redefault
redefaults
redefeat
redefeated
redefeating
redefeats
redefect
redefected
redefecting
redefects

Literary usage of Redeemers

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1. Steps to Oratory: A School Speaker by Frank Townsend Southwick (1900)
"... that nothing might be wanting, he dies in the very moment of victory — like Christ, like Socrates, like all redeemers, at the foot of his work. ..."

2. Crowds; a Moving-picture of Democracy by Gerald Stanley Lee (1913)
"It might be said that the world has two kinds of redeemers, its cross-redeemers ... Perhaps in the development of the truth the cross-redeemers come first; ..."

3. A practical grammar of the Irish language by Owen Connellan (1844)
"... of deemer the redeemers Dat. bo'i) ... redeemer to the redeemers Ace. ... re- IJA р deemer redeemers Voc. ..."

4. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"As unto what is added by Bellarmine, that we may hereon be said to be redeemers and saviours of the world, the absurdity of the assertion falls upon himself ..."

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