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- n. Plural form of echoer.
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Would you like to turn in any of your fellow echoers in return for a reduced sentence?
Surrogates and talking-points echoers were left to argue it out on cable, and relied on the media to marginalize or ignore anyone who questioned the rush, the evidence, or the premise for war.
Such surely is the image we are meant to see by Guicciardini and his many hollow echoers.
It is indeed good that a man should be a man, and not a worm on stilts; it is indeed good that women should prefer men to be men, and that as soon as possible they should cease to accept in marriage the feeble, the cowardly, the echoers, and the sheep.
The newspaper press, taken under three distinct heads, first the blind and heedless echoers of Mr. O'Connell's doctrines, secondly the Whig organs in Ireland, and thirdly the papers in the English interest, gave way to unrestrained exultation.
"Prelude" sets the listener directly on the entrance ramp of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway, using techno effects and echoers to create an aura of anxiety and pre-entry tension.
Nowadays it seems that we haven’t got thinkers: we’ve got echoers.