Definition of Scepters

1. Noun. (plural of scepter) ¹



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Definition of Scepters

1. scepter [v] - See also: scepter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scepters

scenting
scentings
scentless
scentless camomile
scentless false camomile
scentless hayweed
scentless mayweed
scentlessness
scents
scepsis
scepsises
scepter
sceptered
scepterellate
sceptering
scepters (current term)
sceptic
sceptical
sceptically
scepticism
scepticisms
scepticist
sceptick
sceptics
sceptral
sceptre
sceptred
sceptres
sceptring
sceptry

Literary usage of Scepters

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1. Three Coronation Orders by John Wickham Legg, Church of England (1900)
"scepters, in m.~\ [p. 118. The King and Queen remaining in their Chaires the Lord Bishop of London put into their Mats right hands the scepters with the ..."

2. The Drama of the Ages by Ella R Shaeffer (1917)
"There have been royal scepters, and there have been imperial scepters, scepters of iron and scepters of gold, the Revolution has taken the scepters of sixty ..."

3. The Works of John Locke, in Nine Volumes by John Locke (1824)
"The great pieces, as scepters and half-scepters, which are made to serve for the payment of greater sums, and are for dispatch in tale, ..."

4. Incantation of the Law Against Inept Critics: A Guide to Cryptic Thinking by Morten St. George (2006)
"Alas, what great loss shall be made of the letters, Before the cycle of the Moon completes, Fire, great deluge more by ignorant scepters That for a long age ..."

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