Definition of Subduers

1. Noun. (plural of subduer) ¹



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Definition of Subduers

1. subduer [n] - See also: subduer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subduers

subducted
subducting
subduction
subduction zone
subductions
subductive
subductively
subducts
subdue
subdued
subduedly
subduedness
subduement
subduements
subduer
subduers (current term)
subdues
subduest
subdueth
subduing
subdulcid
subduple
subduplicate
subdural
subdural hematoma
subdurally
subdwarf
subdwarfs
subdynamics
subecho

Literary usage of Subduers

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1. The Conquest of the Old Northwest and Its Settlement by Americans by James Baldwin (1901)
"subduers OF THE WILDERNESS I. THE PIONEERS HOW very slowly everything moved in those days ! From the time the first settlement was made at Marietta, ..."

2. The Pharsalia of Lucan by Lucan (1853)
"0 soldiers, subduers of the world) ver. 250. Caesar, in the Civil War, B. iii. c. 85, gives the following account of the first of his two brief speeches on ..."

3. A Collection of Scarce and Valuable Tracts, on the Most Interesting and by J. Somers Somers (1750)
"... being by their subduers defended from the Injuries of others, ... to live under the Dominion of their subduers. ..."

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