Definition of Spotters

1. Noun. (plural of spotter) ¹



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Definition of Spotters

1. spotter [n] - See also: spotter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spotters

spotted owl
spotted ray
spotted redshank
spotted salamander
spotted sandpiper
spotted sea trout
spotted sickness
spotted skunk
spotted squeateague
spotted sunfish
spotted water hemlock
spotted weakfish
spotted wolffish
spottedness
spotter
spotters (current term)
spottier
spotties
spottiest
spottily
spottiness
spottinesses
spottings
spottle
spottles
spotty
spotweld
spousage
spousages

Literary usage of Spotters

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1. Textbook of Naval Aeronautics by Henry Woodhouse (1917)
"The 'Blimps," "Coast Patrol Airships," "Submarine spotters" While Great Britain has reasons for regretting that she did not develop large dirigibles, ..."

2. Military Students Text Book ...: For the Use of R.O.T.C. and S.A.T.C. Units by James Alfred Moss, George Reudel Guild (1918)
"spotters. spotters are small disks of tin or cardboard tliat are fastened on a ... White spotters are used for 5's and black spotters for all other hits. ..."

3. Threat To U.s. Trade And Finance From Drug Trafficking And International edited by Charles E. Grassley (1999)
"The level of scrutiny that Customs enforcement operations are subjected to by spotters employed by smuggling organizations has increased dramatically in the ..."

4. Small Arms Firing Manual 1913 by United States War Dept (1914)
"When spotters are used the shot hole will not be pasted up, ... When spotters are used care must be taken to paste up a shot hole as soon as the spotter is ..."

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