Definition of Gaters

1. gater [n] - See also: gater



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gaters

gatekeeping
gatekeeps
gatekept
gateleg
gateleg table
gatelegs
gateless
gatelike
gateline
gatelines
gateman
gatemen
gatepost
gateposts
gater
gaters (current term)
gateway
gateway drug
gateway drugs
gateways
gatewise
gatewoman
gatewomen
gath
gather
gather dust
gather in
gather one's thoughts
gather one's wits
gather up

Literary usage of Gaters

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1. Among the Man-eaters by John Gaggin (1900)
"Before the trip was over we saw some four or five "gaters," and after a day among the ... how half a dozen "gaters" took possession of the lady's bedroom, ..."

2. The Jurist by Great Britain Courts (1848)
"For in gaters v. ' Madeley, (6 Mee. & W. 427), the right of survivorship ' is held by one of the learned judges (the others not ' dissenting) to be defeated ..."

3. Commentaries on the Law of Promissory Notes, and Guaranties of Notes, and by Joseph Story, Charles Sumner (1851)
"gaters t>. Madeley, 6 Mees. & Wels. 423 ; Richards v. Richards, 2 Barn. ... R. 445 ; gaters v. Madeley, 6 Mees. & Wels. 423 ; Story on Bills, $ 92, 93, ..."

4. The Rights and Liabilities of Husband and Wife by John Fraser Macqueen, Sydney Hastings, John Davies Davenport (1872)
"Yates (b\ a more recent case than gaters v. Madeley, Chief Justice Tindal said — There can be no doubt after the case of gaters v. Madeley, in which all the ..."

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