Definition of Bribers

1. Noun. (plural of briber) ¹



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Definition of Bribers

1. briber [n] - See also: briber

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bribers

briarroots
briars
briartite
briarwood
briarwoods
bribable
bribe
bribeable
bribed
bribee
bribees
bribeless
briber
briberies
bribers (current term)
bribery
bribes
bribetaking
bribing
bric-a-brac
brick
brick-tea
brick by brick
brick cheese
brick house
brick houses
brick in
brick it
brick over

Literary usage of Bribers

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1. Australia and the Empire by Arthur Patchett Martin (1889)
"Two members of the Legislative Assembly had been convicted of receiving bribes, and were expelled ; more than this the two bribers, who had behind them all ..."

2. Reports of All the Cases Decided by All the Superior Courts Relating to by Edward William Cox, Great BRitain Magistrates' cases (1875)
"If the respondent is entitled to a list of bribers, why is he not also of ... If the petitioner can give the names of bribers he can as easily give those of ..."

3. Studies in Civics by James Thompson McCleary (1916)
"Unpardoned convicts, illiterates. Convicts, duelists, insane. Unpardoned convicts, insane. Unpardoned convicts, bribers in election. ..."

4. Athenian Clubs in Politics and Litigation by George Miller Calhoun (1913)
"... then, were at once jury bribers and bribers of the ecclesia, as Aeschines observes.6 Their clubs and those of the professional sycophants like ..."

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