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  • There are two pieces that are the traditional closers to every concert the group gives.
  • Door closers are sometimes used to ensure fire doors remain closed.
  • He is widely regarded as one of the best collegiate closers of all time.
  • File closers remain on the same side of the company except when in so doing they would be left in front of the company. Cited from Military Instructors Manual, by James P. Cole and Oliver Schoonmaker
  • "Do you want to show me the other foot, or do you wish to get back among the file closers?" Cited from Uncle Sam's Boys with Pershing's Troops, by H. Irving Hancock
  • Closers often feature dampers that offer control over the closing force and speed.
  • "Two file-closers from the right, go and bring in that man!" Cited from The Bread-winners, by John Hay
  • He is considered to be one of the greatest closers in the history of Korean baseball.
  • The platoon leader then gives the command, right dress, and takes his post in the file closers. Cited from The Plattsburg Manual, by O.O. Ellis and E.B. Garey
  • It has gotten to the point where closers are among the biggest stars in the game.
  • Overhead door closers are typically surface mounted, though most manufacturers offer concealed models too.
  • The men instinctively came each to an about-face, and the file closers broke through to the now rear. Cited from The Campaign of Chancellorsville,Theodore A. Dodge
  • Setup men are paid less than closers and mostly make less than the average Major League salary.
  • These offers are effective closers in many cases. Cited from Business Correspondence, Vol. 1, by Anonymous
  • In the early 1990s, records were falling quickly for closers.
  • What a severe comment upon the way in which the file- closers discharge their duties! Cited from The Colored Cadet at West Point, by Henry Flipper
  • Women are reputed to be better "closers" of such sales than men. Cited from Certain Success, by Norval A. Hawkins
  • Door closers which provide this two or three-stage action and close doors at a determined rate are called 'controlled' door closers.
  • Paradise Creek rallied outside horses entering the stretch and held off the charge of many late closers.
  • Closers are often the highest paid relievers on their teams, making money on par with starting pitchers.
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Root form of closers is closer for the noun.

Meaning of closers

  • noun A person who closes something
    whoever is the closer has to turn out the lights and lock up
  • noun (baseball) a relief pitcher who can protect a lead in the last inning or two of the game