plural Messrs. [mes-erz] /ˈmɛs ərz/.
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But not the kind that Messrs Sarkozy and Hague are prescribing.
But for a moment let's try to forget his self-proclaimed kinship with Messrs Gandhi, King, and Mandela.
Professor Barrett wrote to Messrs Roles to know if a well had been sunk previously, and if the above statement was correct.Occultism and Common-Sense|Beckles Willson
Messrs Bunyard recommend cow manure mixed with malt combings, and (as an artificial) sulphate of ammonia.The Book of Pears and Plums|Edward Bartrum
Mr Grand has undertaken to pay any balance, that may be found due to Messrs le Couteulx out of the money in his hands.
This is the name they give to Messrs Swainson and Birley's mill.
The influence of Messrs Lincoln & Son in forming my taste was more or less considerable.The Confessions of a Collector|William Carew Hazlitt