Definition of Extremer
1. Adjective. (comparative of extreme) ¹
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Definition of Extremer
1. extreme [adj] - See also: extreme
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Literary usage of Extremer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1855)
"These were the extremer." We observe, also, that only upon eight observations in the course of the year, was the mercury down to the freezing point of water ..."
2. A Retrospect of the Religious Life of England: Or, The Church, Puritanism by John James Taylor, James Martineau (1876)
"... and the extremer forms of Puritanism are identical; we shall perceive with abundant evidence as we proceed. The j SECTION III. ..."
3. The Reformation by Williston Walker (1900)
"Hut though in many things thus representative of earlier tendencies, these extremer movements were even more children of the sixteenth century Reformation. ..."
4. The Governments of Europe by Frederic Austin Ogg (1913)
"... and presided over by Zanardelli, long a leader of the extremer wing of the Radicals. The members of the new Government were drawn from several groups. ..."
5. The American Church History Series: Consisting of a Series of Denominational by Philip Schaff, American Society of Church History, Henry Codman Potter, Samuel Macauley Jackson (1894)
"... by discipline that prac- * tically only persons of Christian character should remain in it. In addition to these characteristics of the extremer ..."
6. The Development of Parliament During the Nineteenth Century by Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson (1895)
"We find, accordingly, that the Bill of 1832 was generally condemned by the extremer section of the working class,1 and that it was with difficulty that the ..."
7. Life of Adam Smith by John Rae (1895)
"... that it is different in positive character ; the extremer form of the doctrine taught by Turgot appears to have been taught also by Smith in earlier ..."
8. The Question of the Houses by Charles A. Houfe (1895)
"It is necessary to discuss the extremer claim, for though it has in form been repudiated by Lord Rosebery, we shall probably find that he has in substance ..."