Definition of Seers

1. Noun. (plural of seer) ¹



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Definition of Seers

1. seer [n] - See also: seer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Seers

seepage
seepages
seeped
seepier
seepiest
seeping
seepingly
seeps
seepy
seer
seer program
seeress
seeresses
seerfish
seerhand
seers (current term)
seership
seerships
seersuckers
seerwood
sees
sees fit
sees in
sees through
sees to
seesaw
seesaw murmur
seesaw nystagmus
seesawed

Literary usage of Seers

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1. The Valley of Kashmír by Walter Roper Lawrence (1895)
"My distribution was made according to the area of the holding, be taken at three of cleaned rice to two of husk. Three and a half seers of rice per trak of ..."

2. Useful Tables, Forming an Appendix to the Journal of the Asiatic Society by James Prinsep (1834)
"... seems to be properly a measure, and accordingly, while in Malwa it is equal to 5 seers, in other places it is found of 4, 4£, 5%, 10, 11, and 12 seers. ..."

3. Famine Aspects of Bengal Districts by William Wilson Hunter (1873)
"(1) Midnapur town ; January, 12 seers per rupee ; February, 11 seers ; March, 11^ seers ; April, 10^ seers ; May, 9^ seers ; June, 9 seers ; July, 8 seers ..."

4. Spiritual Magazine (1870)
"seers OF THE AGES* THIS is an elegant volume, of nearly 400 pages, in which the seers of the Ages pass before us in quick succession; and Spiritualism, ..."

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