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  • noun Plural form of cipherer.

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Examples

  • Telegrams, however, were going out and coming in all day; a whole array of cipherers and decipherers lived in different rookeries in London.

    The Summons

  • Now, while I could explain to them pretty nearly everything else of the main features of your system, I should quite fail to answer this question, and failing there, they would tell me, for they were very close cipherers, that I had been dreaming; nor would they ever believe anything else.

    Looking Backward: Chapter 22

  • Now, while I could explain to them pretty nearly everything else of the main features of your system, I should quite fail to answer this question, and failing there, they would tell me, for they were very close cipherers, that I had been dreaming; nor would they ever believe anything else.

    Looking Backward 2000-1887

  • Now, while I could explain to them pretty nearly everything else of the main features of your system, I should quite fail to answer this question, and failing there, they would tell me, for they were very close cipherers, that I had been dreaming; nor would they ever believe anything else.

    Looking Backward, 2000 to 1887

  • Page 241 appetite which is fed, that leads the mere "readers and cipherers" of the land to turn aside from those valuable productions so appropriate to their real wants, and delight themselves in tragic stories of murder, arson, and rape, from the perusal of which they rise with passions inflamed to crusade against the morals of society.

    Lectures on the Philosophy and Practice of Slavery, as Exhibited in the Institution of Domestic Slavery in the United States: with the Duties of Masters to Slaves.

  • After 1799, the cipherers of Issoudun put, at the very least, thirty thousand francs 'income to the doctor's credit.

    The Celibates

  • After 1799, the cipherers of Issoudun put, at the very least, thirty thousand francs 'income to the doctor's credit.

    The Two Brothers

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