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  • noun Plural form of asperser.

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Examples

  • I 'd like to see 'em try it! and Tom clenched his hands, as if it would be an immense relief to him to thrash half a dozen aspersers of his father's honest name.

    An Old-Fashioned Girl

  • Thunderous cheers for "the rail-splitter" resounded, for this slur on the statesman had recoiled on aspersers and was used as a title of honor.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • Thunderous cheers for "the rail-splitter" resounded, for this slur on the statesman had recoiled on aspersers and was used as a title of honor.

    Public Speaking

  • Came negro water-carriers in white turbans with aspersers made of palmetto leaves to sprinkle the ground and lay the dust against the tramp of slaves and buyers.

    The Sea-Hawk

  • Thunderous cheers for “the rail-splitter” resounded, for this slur on the statesman had recoiled on aspersers and was used as a title of honor.

    The Lincoln Story Book

  • Abuse was heaped upon him plentifully by hot partisans; he was charged with want of patriotism from the one side, and with too much of it from the other; but he held on his way manfully, allowing no blow from his aspersers to pass unreturned.

    Daniel Defoe

  • Abuse was heaped upon him plentifully by hot partisans; he was charged with want of patriotism from the one side, and with too much of it from the other; but he held on his way manfully, allowing no blow from his aspersers to pass unreturned.

    Daniel Defoe

  • It created great anxiety amongst politicians to ascertain what was the nature and extent of the inquiry; but it was studiously kept a profound secret, very much to the injury of the Princess, because, amongst the Prince of Wales's friends, there were not wanting friends, aspersers of character, to whisper away her fair fame.

    Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq. — Volume 2

  • I 'd like to see 'em try it! "and Tom clenched his hands, as if it would be an immense relief to him to thrash half a dozen aspersers of his father's honest name.

    An Old-Fashioned Girl

  • I 'd like to see 'em try it! "and Tom clenched his hands, as if it would be an immense relief to him to thrash half a dozen aspersers of his father's honest name.

    An Old-Fashioned Girl

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