Definition of Neglecters

1. Noun. (plural of neglecter) ¹



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Definition of Neglecters

1. neglecter [n] - See also: neglecter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neglecters

negentropy
negers
negged
negging
negihama
neginot
neginoth
neglect
neglect of duty
neglectable
neglected
neglectee
neglectees
neglecter
neglecters (current term)
neglectest
neglecteth
neglectful
neglectful of(p)
neglectfull
neglectfully
neglectfulness
neglecting
neglectingly
neglection
neglections
neglective
neglector
neglectors

Literary usage of Neglecters

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1. A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs from September 1678 to April 1714 by Narcissus Luttrell (1857)
"... themselves without leave of the house, are to be reputed deserters of their trust, and neglecters of that duty they owe to the house and their country. ..."

2. Self-Neglect Among the Elderly: Maintaining Continuity of Self by Susanna D. Bozinovski (1998)
"If older self-neglecters can be shown to differ significantly from older victims ... While self-neglecters differ from victims in some ways, they also share ..."

3. Expository Notes, with Practical Observations, on the New Testament by William Burkitt (1844)
"thers are of use and concernment to us, i which attend the neglecters, and neglect- and ought to be objects of our deepest con- ;i ing of this duty, ..."

4. Aberdour and Inchcolme: Being Historical Notices of the Parish and Monastery by William Ross (1885)
"... Session to encourage family worship—Visiting the town on Sabbaths and Tuesdays—Dealings with neglecters of public worship— Certificates—Care required in ..."

5. Northumberland, and the Border by Walter White (1859)
"... the Bridge-builder—American Notions of England—neglecters of Scott—Roxburgh—Jedburgh—The Abbey—Landscape and History—Memorial Fountain—Talk about ..."

6. Class meetings in relation to the design and success of Methodism by Samuel Woolcock Christophers (1873)
"Class-Meetings in their Relation to Objectors and neglecters. IT is interesting and instructive to compare modern objections to the Class-Meeting with those ..."

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