contributors

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Synonyms for contributors

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Its scope has grown with the significance of its contributors.

Its contributors are national experts in their respective fields.

The contributors have been purposely selected in order to dispel this hostility.

I had given my plan to the contributors only, and they were to keep still about it.

May I ask any of your contributors whether this MS. has ever been printed?

Adolph Hahr and Alfred Meissner are also among the contributors.

But then there's your charming Thérèse—one of our contributors.

Icon well remarks that we are much in the power of our contributors.

Among its contributors will be found our oldest and ablest writers.

The group of contributors was a peculiarly mixed one with only one thing in common.

WORD ORIGIN

also contributer, mid-15c., from Anglo-French contributour, from Vulgar Latin *contributorem, agent noun from contribut-, stem of contribuere (see contribution). Related: Contributory (early 15c.).

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