Definition of Trackers

1. Noun. (plural of tracker) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Trackers

1. tracker [n] - See also: tracker

Lexicographical Neighbors of Trackers

trackbar
trackbars
trackbed
trackbeds
tracked
tracked down
tracked vehicle
trackee
trackees
tracker
tracker mortgage
tracker mortgages
trackerball
trackers (current term)
trackie
tracking
tracking down
tracking shot
trackings
tracklayer
tracklayers
tracklaying
tracklayings
tracklement
tracklements
trackless
trackless trolley
tracklessly

Literary usage of Trackers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. History of Australian Bushranging by Charles White (1903)
"THE BLACK-trackers AND THEIR WORK. A brief reference to the Queensland black- trackers, who were feared so greatly by the Kellys, and their work in this ..."

2. Narrative of a Journey in the Interior of China: And of a Voyage to and from by Clarke Abel (1818)
"Page 76- — trackers of the Boats of the Embassy. The following observations, extracted from Mr. Morrison's journal, respecting the trackers employed in ..."

3. Under Marching Orders: A Story of Mary Porter Gamewell by Ethel Daniels Hubbard (1909)
"Xear each rapid dwelt a band of trackers whose task it was to aid the crews. ... For a full half hour the trackers pulled, the waters roared, the drum beat ..."

4. Australian Byways: The Narrative of a Sentimental Traveler by Norman Duncan (1915)
"Black trackers are regularly attached to the police- stations of the outlands. They are the bloodhounds of the corps. And though many of the police are ..."

5. Supplementary Papers (1886)
"In this rough country the sedan-bearers are assisted by traces made fast to the two poles; a dozen trackers haul upon these, leaving to the bearers little ..."

6. American Book Prices Current (1921)
"The White trackers. 1874. 16mo. (144) $7.00. Career of Col. Prentiss Ingraham. 1884. 8vo. Unc. (142) $11.00. Eyster (Wm. R.). A Rolling Stone: Incidents in ..."

7. Travels in North and Central China by John Grant Birch (1902)
"Then one of the trackers strips, and, running nimbly down the long thole of the bow steering oar swims to the shore carrying with him a light bamboo hawser, ..."

8. The Yangtze Valley and Beyond: An Account of Journeys in China, Chiefly in by Isabella Lucy Bird (1899)
"We sailed in company, and shortly after leaving Kuei Fu one of the mandarin's trackers, in a very minor rapid, was pulled into the river and drowned. ..."

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