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  • n. Plural form of neglecter.

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Examples

  • Kramer blamed many forces for aiding and abetting the epidemic—he called it “genocide by neglect”—but chief among the neglecters was the FDA.

    The Emperor of All Maladies

  • After making sure that these clients include a few more protein sources in their diet, these former “protein neglecters” are thrilled by their results as they finally see the body they work so hard for.

    Fire Up Your Metabolism

  • But because you shall not say that I affright you with bugbears, and tell you of dangers and terrors when there are none, I will here show you the certainty and sureness of that condemnation that is like to befall negligent pastors, particularly how many will be ready to rise up against us and condemn us, if we shall hereafter be wilful neglecters of this great work.

    The Reformed Pastor

  • Consider this, -- if the righteous be scarcely saved, where will you, and such as you, bitter scoffers, neglecters of ordinances, haters of the power of godliness and the purity of religion, appear?

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • He doth so, I say, ordinarily, in comparison of them who are despisers and neglecters of them.

    Pneumatologia

  • I speak not this, the Lord knows it, before whom I stand, with reflection on any, as though I judged them neglecters of the duty incumbent on them.

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed

  • If the gospel is from God, to such neglecters Of the grace it offers, it must be "a favor of death unto death!"

    Sermons on Various Important Subjects

  • They may rejoice, if we act well our parts, or weep if we are numbered among sinners, or careless neglecters of the grace of life.

    Sermons on Various Important Subjects

  • Testaments, or of any truth therein plainly revealed; those neglecters of the public, private, and secret worship of God; those given to cursing, swearing, Sabbath profanation, drunkenness, whoredom, or other scandalous courses, are destitute of capacity and right to choose a gospel minister.

    The Divine Right of Church Government by Sundry Ministers Of Christ Within The City Of London

  • Throughout the precious years of prosperity, that had been vouchsafed to them, they had been neglecters of the "great salvation;" and now, in the article and hour of death, they knew not how to implore his mercy, of whom they had been hitherto utterly unmindful, much less adored and loved.

    Woman As She Should Be or, Agnes Wiltshire

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