Definition of Effacers

1. effacer [n] - See also: effacer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Effacers

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effacers (current term)
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Literary usage of Effacers

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

1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1910)
"This book demonstrates that the colors, patterns, and appendages of animals are the most perfect imaginable effacers under the very circumstances wherein ..."

2. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1876)
"It is stated in the Introduction to his book as follows : " The colors, patterns, and appendages of animals are the most perfect imaginable effacers under ..."

3. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1861)
"... secure from the attrition of those terrible bronze effacers, the " bills payable," " protests," " due-bills " and "account-current" of life, ..."

4. The Mimic World and Public Exhibitions: Their History, Their Morals, and Effects by Olive Logan (1871)
"... if you would retain one jot or iota of romantic delusion, the least vestige of youth secure from the attrition of those terrible bronze effacers, ..."

5. Concealing-coloration in the Animal Kingdom: An Exposition of the Laws of by Gerald Handerson Thayer, Abbott Handerson Thayer (1909)
"This book demonstrates that the colors, patterns, and appendages of animals are the most perfect imaginable effacers under the very circumstances wherein ..."

6. Journal of the Institute of Actuaries and Assurance Magazine by Institute of Actuaries (Great Britain) (1872)
"... these heads may therefore be called effacers. Before commencing any operation, it is necessary to sec that all significant figures have been effaced. ..."

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