Definition of Revokers

1. revoker [n] - See also: revoker



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revokers

revocation
revocations
revocatory
revoice
revoiced
revoices
revoicing
revok't
revokability
revokable
revoke
revoked
revokement
revokements
revoker
revokers (current term)
revokes
revoking
revokingly
revolt
revolted
revolter
revolters
revolting
revoltingly
revolts
revoluble
revolute
revoluted
revolutes

Literary usage of Revokers

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1. Proceedings of the ... American Whist Congress by American Whist League (1894)
"II will give you an example: Say the revokers have five up; they make nine tricks ... Whenever the revokers make two points more than sufficient to go out, ..."

2. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1791)
"... required more than any of the revokers. M. SABATTIER is the declared champion of monarchic government ..."

3. The History of the Reign of George III.: To which is Prefixed, A View of the by Robert Bisset (1828)
"the nobility and gentry became deists and republicans ; and as the friends of a commonwealth, they were easily induced to favour the revokers from a ..."

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