Sayers

[ US /ˈseɪɝz/ ]
NOUN
  1. English writer of detective fiction (1893-1957)
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How To Use Sayers In A Sentence

  • Fortunately, most of us disagree with these doomsayers.
  • And Favre is loyal, despite naysayers in Green Bay who claim they were "loyally" screwed. Sports Central | Articles and Columns
  • Hector, being taken ill, consulted on his case some of the witches or soothsayers, to whom this family appears to have been partial.
  • The ancient soothsayers looked to birds for auguries -- the birds upon the wing were the flexion of her soul. MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY
  • Others, though, have leapt to his defence, claiming the gainsayers just don't get it.
  • Some nay-sayers deem the ramen overhyped and salty, but that does not stop hungry folks from queuing up starting at around 10 am.
  • The voices of the nay-sayers are in the ascendancy, questioning the US's ability to reinvent itself, to heal its wounded economy and sustain its leadership in the face of a burgeoning China.
  • Anyway, as I am sure you do not, don't listen to the doomsayers in the press.
  • The engine is an absolute monster, and the turbocharging naysayers really can pipe down now. Times, Sunday Times
  • These project influencers - both the yeasayers and especially naysayers - are ignored to the peril of the project.
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