Definition of Falterer

1. one that falters [n -S] - See also: falters



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Falterer

falsifies
falsify
falsifying
falsing
falsish
falsism
falsisms
falsities
falsity
falsum
falt
faltboat
faltboats
falter
faltered
falterer (current term)
falterers
faltering
falteringly
falterings
falters
falts
falun gong
faluns
falwe
falwes
falx
falx cerebelli
falx cerebri

Literary usage of Falterer

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1. The World's Best Poetry by Bliss Carman (1904)
"O falterer, let thy past convince Thy future: all the growth, the gain, The fame since Cartier knew thee, since Thy shores beheld Champlain! ..."

2. The Bookman (1899)
""But dadda and mommy " began the falterer. "Will be pleased enough when the job's done. Think you, if they weren't bound they'd not rather have a titled ..."

3. Methodist Magazine (1900)
"Ever for this I render praise. Oh, tender Master, slow to blame The falterer on Life's stony ways— Abide with us—between the days '. ..."

4. Collections of the Maine Historical Society by Maine Historical Society (1881)
"... not the shuffling hesitancy of the falterer, seeking to ascertain the popular whim of the hour, that he might conform his judicial action to that ..."

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