Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of shifter.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Not to mention the fact that werewolves vs. shifters is a key component of the Sookie Stackhouse books … which Meyers undoubtedly lifted most of her material. cranky

    Do 'New Moon's' werewolves belong on Daytona Beach? | EW.com

  • Shelly Laurensten's, The Mane Attraction, her shifters are amazingly amusing.

    Friday Book Club

  • This poll revealed that, in California on this issue, 18% of the likely voters were value-shifters, that is, they seem to have both worldviews.

    The Poll Democrats Need to Know About

  • The shifters are a nightmare when paired with the stamped pot-metal derailleurs , limit screws? huh? and what's the thinking behind disc brakes in front and v-brakes in back?

    BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz!

  • The new Fiat 500, for example, has a more responsive six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, which is way more fun to drive.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The only trouble I had with the shifters was a result of needing to tweak the adjustment - when I first got the bike, they were fine, but slowly I needed to really jam the left shifter to upshift.

    D'Arcy Norman dot net

  • In addition to out-of-home jobs and careers, women are double-shifters, meaning they come home to an additional workload of domestic and house management duties

    Cheryl Saban: A Woman's Worth

  • I had to pass the table of so-called shifters, and I couldn’t help but steal a peek at them, trying to see if I could recognize the guy who had been terrorized by the obnoxious jock back before Christmas break.

    Haven

  • The "shifters," the pollsters reported, are waiting for results.

    Forbes.com: News

  • While Western linguistics has finally, after millenia, started to get a handle on the position of enunciation by means of the "shifters," it still hasn't gotten at the ethical implications of language, the fact that the human being can "bless and curse, swear and perjure."

    An und für sich

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