collectors[ kuh-lek-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF collectors
Synonyms for collectors
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COLLECTORS
They served the King faithfully as officers in his army and as collectors of his taxes.
The head of these collectors was a board of Commissioners of the Customs, stationed at Boston.
And for such seizures the collectors were not liable in courts of law.
These two collectors are also connected electrically with the conductor (K).
The former of these collectors is generally said to suffer from acute bibliomania.
Not always, perhaps; but doubtless this is the case with the great majority of collectors.
Collectors love a clean book, but a book scrawled on may have other merits.
The collectors of the rent were disarmed, and obliged to refund what they had received.
Prints from his engravings are still highly esteemed by collectors.
Rarely for sale in nurseries, but obtainable from collectors.