Definition of Levitators

1. Noun. (plural of levitator) ¹



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Definition of Levitators

1. levitator [n] - See also: levitator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Levitators

levirate marriages
levirates
leviratic
leviratical
leviration
levirostres
levis
levitate
levitated
levitates
levitating
levitation
levitational
levitations
levitator
levitators (current term)
levite
levites
levitic
levitical
levitically
levities
levity
leviviridae
levivirus
levmetamfetamine
levo
levo-
levoatrio-cardinal vein
levobunolol

Literary usage of Levitators

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1. New Englander and Yale Review by Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight (1889)
"Theoretically therefore, we can have no sort of objection to your miracles. And our reply to the levitators is just the same: Why should not your friend ..."

2. Essays Upon Some Controverted Questions by Thomas Henry Huxley (1892)
"And our reply to the levitators is just the same. Why should not your friend "levitate"? Fish are said to rise and sink in the water by altering the volume ..."

3. The Medical Times and Gazette (1885)
"Be they deceivers or deceived, they may be physical mediums, such as table-turners, fire-eaters, and levitators ; sensitive or impressible mediums, ..."

4. Science and Christian Tradition: Essays by Thomas Henry Huxley (1896)
"Theoretically, therefore, we can have no sort of objection to your miracle. And our reply to the - levitators is just ..."

5. Collected Essays by Thomas Henry Huxley (1898)
"And our reply to the levitators is just the same. Why should not your friend " levitate " ? Fish are said to rise and sink in the water by altering the ..."

6. Spiritualism and Allied Causes and Conditions of Nervous Derangement by William Alexander Hammond (1876)
"5<3 SPIRITUALISM. fire eaters, levitators, etc.; sensitive or impressible mediums, those who have vague impressions, a sort of tingling in the limbs which ..."

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