Definition of Opposers

1. Noun. (plural of opposer) ¹



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Definition of Opposers

1. opposer [n] - See also: opposer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Opposers

opportunity engineering
opportunivore
opportunivores
oppos
opposabilities
opposability
opposable
opposal
opposals
oppose
opposed
opposeless
opposer
opposer muscle of little finger
opposer muscle of thumb
opposers (current term)
opposes
opposing
opposingly
opposit
opposite number
opposite numbers
opposite side
opposite sides
opposite word
oppositely
oppositeness

Literary usage of Opposers

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1. The Lives of the Chief Justices of England by John Campbell Campbell, Joseph Arnould (1881)
"For what could be grosser than the absurdity of first calling on all opposers to appear and be heard, then formally deciding that they could neither appear ..."

2. Life of Thomas, First Lord Denman: Formerly Lord Chief Justice of England by Joseph Arnould (1874)
"... and on the position that confirmation by the Archbishop was a merely ministerial, not a judical act, held dearly that no opposers to the confirmation of ..."

3. Constitutional Law of England by Edward Wavell Ridges (1915)
"Memorials by opposers.—Memorials by opposers of the bill that the Standing Orders have not been complied with may now be lodged at the same office, ..."

4. Memoir of Thomas, First Lord Denman, Formerly Lord Chief Justice of England by Joseph Arnould (1873)
"Dr. Hampden as Bishop-elect of Hereford—Application for mandamus to compel Archbishop to hear opposers—Statement of the case—Antecedents of Dr. Hampden— ..."

5. Reports of State Trials: New Seriesby Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Macdonell, John Edward Power Wallis by Great Britain State Trials Committee, John Macdonell, John Edward Power Wallis (1894)
"At the confirmation, opposers having been called, three clergymen claimed ... The opposers afterwards obtained a rule nisi, in tlie Court of Queen's Bench, ..."

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