Definition of Superseder

1. Noun. One who, or that which, supersedes; a replacement or usurper. ¹



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Definition of Superseder

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superseder

supersecrecies
supersecrecy
supersecret
supersecretive
supersector
supersectors
supersecular
supersecure
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supersedan
supersedans
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supersedeas
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superseder (current term)
superseders
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Literary usage of Superseder

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1. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"... vt ; prêt, and pp. superseded, ppr. superseding, [ч OF. superseder, ... superseder (su-pèr-së'dér), я. One who or that Which supersedes. ..."

2. War Letters of William Thompson Lusk: Captain, Assistant Adjutant-general by William Thompson Lusk (1911)
"This last batch of General officers with the "Great superseder" (Hunter) at the head, is poor trash at best, so that there are few who would not rejoice to ..."

3. The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall Historically Surveyed by John Whitaker (1804)
"... and in full certainty the first who is known to carry it, the superseder of the crozier-staff in his own practice, the superseder of it in others by ..."

4. The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall Historically Surveyed by John Whitaker (1804)
"... full certainty the first who is known to carry it, the superseder of the crozier-staff in his own practice, the superseder of it in others by imitation, ..."

5. Works by Washington Irving (1892)
"Francisco de Bobadilla, the wrong-headed oppressor and superseder of Columbus, was at the time governor of San Domingo. The report reached him that a crew ..."

6. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"... vt ; prêt, and pp. superseded, ppr. superseding, [ч OF. superseder, ... superseder (su-pèr-së'dér), я. One who or that Which supersedes. ..."

7. War Letters of William Thompson Lusk: Captain, Assistant Adjutant-general by William Thompson Lusk (1911)
"This last batch of General officers with the "Great superseder" (Hunter) at the head, is poor trash at best, so that there are few who would not rejoice to ..."

8. The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall Historically Surveyed by John Whitaker (1804)
"... and in full certainty the first who is known to carry it, the superseder of the crozier-staff in his own practice, the superseder of it in others by ..."

9. The Ancient Cathedral of Cornwall Historically Surveyed by John Whitaker (1804)
"... full certainty the first who is known to carry it, the superseder of the crozier-staff in his own practice, the superseder of it in others by imitation, ..."

10. Works by Washington Irving (1892)
"Francisco de Bobadilla, the wrong-headed oppressor and superseder of Columbus, was at the time governor of San Domingo. The report reached him that a crew ..."

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