2. Verb. (third-person singular of scrutineer) ¹
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Definition of Scrutineers
1. scrutineer [n] - See also: scrutineer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Scrutineers
Literary usage of Scrutineers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings by Institution of Municipal Engineers, London, Incorporated Association of Municipal and County Engineers, Association of Municipal and Sanitary Engineers and Surveyors (1886)
"Mr. AT DAVIS, Mr. PRICE, Mr. EAYRS, and Mr. T. DB COURCEY MEADE, were unanimously chosen as scrutineers. On the motion of Mr. LAWS, seconded by Mr. ..."
2. Proceedings (1908)
"E. Winter, were elected scrutineers for the ensuing year. Mr. BARBER then introduced Mr. Brodie's successor in the Presidential Chair—Mr. E. Purnell ..."
3. Proceedings (1883)
"Mr. Walker (Croydon), Mr. Holt (Lewes), Mr. Goodchild (Teddington), and Mr, De C. Mead (Hornsey), were appointed scrutineers for the ensuing year. ..."
4. Journal (1882)
"... be open until half-past eight o'clock, for the reception of voting papers, and Dr. WH Stone and Mr. J. Munro were appointed scrutineers of the ballot. ..."
5. Pharmaceutical Journal by Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain (1870)
"The SECRETARY : Perhaps the Chairman of the scrutineers will kindly tell the meeting how the ... Mr.ANDREWS: There were sixteen scrutineers appointed. ..."
6. Transactions of the Parisian Sanhedrim: Or, Acts of the Assembly of by Diogène Tama, F. D. Kirwan (1807)
"Another observed that, in the journal of the minutes, the number of votes which the President, the Secretaries, and the scrutineers had obtained, ..."