Definition of Soarer
1. one that soars [n -S] - See also: soars
Lexicographical Neighbors of Soarer
soapy warm soaks
soarer (current term)
Literary usage of Soarer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Steeple-chasing by William Charles Arlington Blew (1901)
"round followed by The soarer and Why Not, and soon afterwards Father O'Flynn took the lead with Why Not, Waterford, and Caustic in attendance. ..."
2. The Aeronautical Annual by James Means (1896)
"It is to set a kite in free flight as a soarer. A long kite like the oae in Plate XII. will, perhaps, answer the purpose for the first trial. ..."
3. Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties by Charles Joseph Kappler (1904)
"Pay-baw-me-say, or the soarer, 2d Thunder, 2d chief, hie x mark. [L. s.] Naw-waw-ge-waw-nose. or the Little Crurent, 2d chief, his x mark. [L. s. ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1867)
"... to the Italian determines Daric himself to be the soarer, a point hard to establish on the ordinary rules of construction. Indeed. ..."