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  • n. Plural form of extoller.


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  • But behold others not faultfinders, but extollers of the book of Genesis; “The Spirit of God,” say they, “Who by His servant Moses wrote these things, would not have those words thus understood; He would not have it understood, as thou sayest, but otherwise, as we say.”

    The Confessions

  • He was one of its makers, of its possessors, of its guardians, of its extollers.

    Tales of Unrest

  • Like many noble extollers of truth (or alleged truth, anyway), Philadelphia Weekly


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