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  • n. Plural form of associator.

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Examples

  • A belief in the unity of God, in opposition to those whom they call associators; by which name they mean not only those who, besides the true God, worship idols or inferior gods or goddesses, but the Christians also, who hold our blessed Saviour's divinity and the doctrine of the Trinity.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 04

  • Besides her large body of "associators," or home guards, many of whom marched into New Jersey, the State sent four Continental regiments under

    The Campaign of 1776 around New York and Brooklyn

  • Bands of these "associators" were organised to obtain their allotments in the new country and to settle upon them.

    The United States of America, Part 1

  • As an instance of this, I mention the following: when the petition of the associators was before the House of Assembly of

    Common Sense

  • They were fine cannon, eighteen-pounders, with their carriages, which we soon transported and mounted on our battery, where the associators kept a nightly guard while the war lasted, and among the rest I regularly took my turn of duty there as a common soldier.

    Paras. 201-250

  • Meanwhile, Colonel Lawrence, William Allen, Abram Taylor, Esqr., and myself were sent to New York by the associators, commission’d to borrow some cannon of Governor Clinton.

    Paras. 201-250

  • Esqr., and myself were sent to New York by the associators, commission'd to borrow some cannon of Governor Clinton.

    The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (1994 Edition)

  • It is called "Barat," or Immunity; the purport of it is that the associators with whom Mahomet had made a treaty must, after four months 'liberty of conscience, either embrace Islamism or pay tribute.

    The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 04

  • Some of the meetings of the associators were held at Miss E.P. P.abody's, in Boston, and the proceedings were related to him.

    A Study Of Hawthorne

  • In The Eyrie, Mr. and Mrs. Ripley lived, and here a great part of the associators would gather in the evenings.

    A Study Of Hawthorne

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