Definition of Appealers

1. Noun. (plural of appealer) ¹



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Definition of Appealers

1. appealer [n] - See also: appealer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Appealers

appeachers
appeaches
appeaching
appeachment
appeal
appeal board
appeal to authority
appealabilities
appealability
appealable
appealant
appealants
appeale
appealed
appealer
appealers (current term)
appealest
appealing
appealingly
appealingness
appeall
appeals
appeals board
appeals court
appeals courts
appear
appear'd
appearances
appearaunce

Literary usage of Appealers

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1. Modern Philanthropy: A Study of Efficient Appealing and Giving by William Harvey Allen (1912)
"With the same end in view Mrs. Harriman, after comparing notes with other givers, proposes a cooperative clearing house for givers and appealers. ..."

2. Englands Grievance Discovered, in Relation to the Coal Trade: With the Map by Ralph Gardiner (1796)
"... to. become appealers* i. Edw. 3. 7. ... and by fuch evill means, compel, and procure them to become appealers, and to appeal ..."

3. England and the English by Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1834)
"By this precaution, the appealers to passion will be met by appealers to interest; and the people will be instructed as well as warned. ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"Hence pealers, appealers, applicants. Brockett has "Peelers, two or more proposals for a farm, contract, etc., being alike, are peelers." Compare PEEL OFF. ..."

5. The English Historical Review by JSTOR (Organization), Oxford Journals (Oxford University Press), Mandell Creighton, Justin Winsor, Samuel Rawson Gardiner, Reginald Lane Poole, John Goronwy Edwards (1909)
"7 (1827) ordered inquiries by the justices into the conduct of jailers and sheriffs, who had pained their prisoners and forced them to become appealers, ..."

6. The French Revolution: A Political History, 1789-1804 by Fran├žois-Alphonse Aulard (1910)
"On February 27th it was announced at the Jacobins in Paris that the majority of the affiliated clubs were demanding the recall of the "appealers. ..."

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