Definition of Speedsters

1. Noun. (plural of speedster) ¹



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Definition of Speedsters

1. speedster [n] - See also: speedster

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Speedsters

speedrunner
speedrunners
speedrunning
speedruns
speeds
speedshift
speedshifts
speedskate
speedskated
speedskater
speedskaters
speedskates
speedskating
speedsolving
speedster
speedsters (current term)
speedup
speedups
speedwalk
speedwalking
speedwalks
speedway
speedways
speedwell
speedwells
speedy
speel
speeled
speeler
speelers

Literary usage of Speedsters

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1. Hands-On Thinking Activities: Centers Through the Year Grades 1-3 by Jo Ellen Moore (2001)
"These bikes are speedsters. Speedster These bikes are not speedsters. Make this bike into a speedster. What did all of the speedsters have? ..."

2. Thinking Skills, Grades 1-2by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jill Norris by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Jill Norris (2002)
"Look at the examples and figure out what speedsters have in common. ... These bikes are speedsters: These bikes are not: Draw another Speedster. ..."

3. The Evening Post: A Century of Journalism by Allan Nevins (1922)
"An irritant of the time, akin to automobile speedsters of to-day, lay in the Irish cartmen, who loved a race ..."

4. Notes on Formation and Organization of Business Corporations Under the Laws by James Stark Bennett, Trowbridge Hall, Georg Kaiser (1920)
"This is the playground of the thousands fleeing from the heat of the interior and the paradise of motor speedsters who with wide open throttle fly over the ..."

5. Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1920)
"They should give less friction, and should therefore be useful for speedsters and racing. The felt washers become worn and hard with use. ..."

6. Dyke's Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia by Andrew Lee Dyke (1919)
"They should give less friction, and should therefore be useful for speedsters and racing. The felt washers become worn and hard with use. ..."

7. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1870)
"Although this debt had mostly passed at a great sacrifice from the original owners into the hands of speedsters, Hamilton advised its payment in fall, ..."

8. Variabilität und Vererbung am Zentralnervensystem des Menschen und einiger by Hans Driesch, Hal George Evarts, Johann Paul Karplus (1921)
"... as powerful as his own that gazed back at him. A band of antelope stood on the point of a knoll. These speedsters of the open plains had been crowded ..."

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