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- n. Plural form of exclaimer.
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Nevertheless, it is worthy to be observed and lamented that the most violent of these defenders of the truth, the opposers of errors, the exclaimers against schism do hardly ever let loose this their zeal for God, with which they are so warmed and inflamed, unless where they have the civil magistrate on their side.
But what do I talk of the thing itself? when scarce one in five thousand of the loudest and fiercest exclaimers against popery knows so much as what popery means.
FIRE and fury! distraction! destruction! and death! — with all the unmeaning exclamations of frenzical exclaimers! — what is now to be done? where can I be secure from the effect of enchantment?
Until the military draft gets re-instituted you chickenhawk treason-exclaimers won’t have to put your asses where your mouths are so STFU abuot “time of war.”