Definition of Spenders

1. Noun. (plural of spender) ¹



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Definition of Spenders

1. spender [n] - See also: spender

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spenders

spelunks
spence
spencerite
spencers
spences
spend-all
spend a penny
spend time
spendable
spendaholic
spendaholics
spendall
spendalls
spender
spenders (current term)
spendest
spendier
spendiest
spendiferously
spending
spending-money
spending cut
spending money
spending spree
spendings
spends
spendthrift
spendthrift trust
spendthrift trusts

Literary usage of Spenders

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1. Woman and Social Progress: A Discussion of the Biologic, Domestic by Scott Nearing, Nellie Marguerite Seeds Nearing (1912)
"Within a century, women have evolved from producers into spenders. As producers, women assisted in creating economic goods; as spenders, women determine ..."

2. Literary News by L. Pylodet, Augusta Harriet (Garrigue) Leypoldt (1901)
"The spenders. It is quite likely that for a long time to come much of our best and most typical American fiction will draw its inspiration from the West. ..."

3. Classified Catalogue of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, 1902-1906 by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (1908)
"... Historical and descriptive novel of Mormonism, with Brigham Young as a prominent character. The spenders; a tale of the third generation ..."

4. Little Stories of Progress by Frank Andrews Fall (1914)
"CHAPTER VI A TALE OF Two spenders IN a college out West were two students, Gray and Brown. The capitals indicate that Gray and Brown were the students' ..."

5. Woman and Social Progress: A Discussion of the Biologic, Domestic by Scott Nearing, Nellie Marguerite Seeds Nearing (1912)
"Within a century, women have evolved from producers into spenders. As producers, women assisted in creating economic goods; as spenders, women determine ..."

6. Literary News by L. Pylodet, Augusta Harriet (Garrigue) Leypoldt (1901)
"The spenders. It is quite likely that for a long time to come much of our best and most typical American fiction will draw its inspiration from the West. ..."

7. Classified Catalogue of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, 1902-1906 by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (1908)
"... Historical and descriptive novel of Mormonism, with Brigham Young as a prominent character. The spenders; a tale of the third generation ..."

8. Little Stories of Progress by Frank Andrews Fall (1914)
"CHAPTER VI A TALE OF Two spenders IN a college out West were two students, Gray and Brown. The capitals indicate that Gray and Brown were the students' ..."

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