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  • n. Plural form of pitier.


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  • It will not tolerate the endless demands of organized groups of self-pitiers.

    Post-Election Prospects in Canada

  • When the political economist reckons up the unproductive classes, he should put at the head this class of pitiers of themselves, cravers of sympathy, bewailing imaginary disasters.

    The Conduct of Life (1860)

  • "Miss Graeme, you look as though you thought I was among the pitiers and despisers of such women, and you are wrong.

    Janet's Love and Service


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