Definition of Senders

1. Noun. (plural of sender) ¹



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Definition of Senders

1. sender [n] - See also: sender

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Senders

send out for
send packing
send shivers down someone's spine
send somebody packing
send to Coventry
send to the glue factory
send up
send word
sendable
sendal
sendaline
sendals
sended
sendee
sender
senders (current term)
sendest
sendeth
sending
sending-off
sending away
sending away for
sending off
sending offs
sending to Coventry
sending up
sendings
sendoff
sendoffs
sends

Literary usage of Senders

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1. International Remittances: Information on Products, Costs, and Consumer by Yvonne D. Jones (2006)
"Remittance senders in the United States have a number of methods and product options ... Remittance senders can also use informal value transfer systems to ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1841)
"TO senders JIND CORRESPONDENTS. ч The communications of Drs. Flint, Shipman, Zabriskie, ... senders ..."

3. The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry, from the Best Writers by Lindley Murray (1833)
"... senders the savage wilderness more wild. >. 3 Then throng the busy shapes into hia mind, Of cover'd pita, unfathomably deep, A dire descent, ..."

4. The Telephone, the Microphone and the Phonograph by Th. Du Moncel (1879)
"Telephones with Batteries and Liquid senders. —- We have seen that in 1867 Mr. Gray conceived the idea of a telephonic system based on the differences of ..."

5. The Telephone, the Microphone and the Phonograph by Th. Du Moncel (1879)
"Telephones with Batteries and Liquid senders. — We have seen that in 1867 Mr. Gray conceived the idea of a telephonic system based on the differences of ..."

6. Railway Management at Stations by Edmund B. Ivatts (1898)
"There may be goods from several senders entered on one " dee. ... If the goods are taken by senders direct to a station, the senders notes are pasted on to ..."

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