Definition of Spellers
1. Noun. (plural of speller) ¹
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Definition of Spellers
1. speller [n] - See also: speller
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Literary usage of Spellers
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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1918)
"Each member of a group of fifty-eight bad spellers, reported by the English ... The good spellers made on the average 22.9 words from the letters, ..."
2. Teachers College Record by Columbia University. Teachers College (1900)
"The average deviation in the number of omissions by the good spellers was ± .8 ... Leaving out again the record of case B, the poor spellers have an average ..."
3. A Study of the Moral and Religious Elements in American Secondary Education by Adrian Augustus Holtz (1917)
"THE spellers There were other types of books which sprang into existence during ... The spellers were at first religious in their content but they evolved ..."
4. The Cumulative Book Index by H.W. Wilson Company (1901)
"Werner Bk. Divisions : Dictionaries, Grammars, Punctuation, Headers, spellers. А В С hand-book. Phillips, DH. сотр. $1; and. Art of writing English. ..."
5. Educational Tests and Measurements by Walter Scott Monroe, James Clarence De Voss, Frederick James Kelly (1917)
"HOW TO LOCATE SPELLING DIFFICULTIES Locating bad spellers. On page 119 it was stated that list of ten to twenty words would give a reliable measure of a ..."
6. Who's who in New York (city and State). by Lewis Randolph Hamersly, John William Leonard, William Frederick Mohr, Herman Warren Knox, Frank R. Holmes (1904)
"... including a series of spellers (Ginn & Company), a series of readers (the American Book Company), a course in language (Silver, Burdett & Co. ..."
7. Suggestions Respecting Improvements in Education: Presented to the Trustees by Catherine Esther Beecher, Hartford Female Seminary, Hartford, Conn (1829)
"... cannot rank as even decent spellers, and a still larger number, cannot be called accurate and thorough in this department. In regard to reading, ..."