9 letter words ending in er

Abandoner (n.) One who abandons.

Abolisher (n.) One who abolishes.

Absconder (n.) One who absconds.

Abstainer (n.) One who abstains; esp., one who abstains from the use of intoxicating liquors.

Accipiter (n.) A genus of rapacious birds; one of the Accipitres or Raptores.

Accipiter (n.) A bandage applied over the nose, resembling the claw of a hawk.

Acclaimer (n.) One who acclaims.

Acetifier (n.) An apparatus for hastening acetification.

Acidifier (n.) A simple or compound principle, whose presence is necessary to produce acidity, as oxygen, chlorine, bromine, iodine, etc.

Acipenser (n.) A genus of ganoid fishes, including the sturgeons, having the body armed with bony scales, and the mouth on the under side of the head. See Sturgeon.

Acoumeter (n.) An instrument for measuring the acuteness of the sense of hearing.

Acquitter (n.) One who acquits or releases.

Adelaster (n.) A provisional name for a plant which has not had its flowers botanically examined, and therefore has not been referred to its proper genus.

Adulterer (n.) A man who commits adultery; a married man who has sexual intercourse with a woman not his wife.

Adulterer (n.) A man who violates his religious covenant.

Advoutrer (n.) An adulterer.

Aerometer (n.) An instrument for ascertaining the weight or density of air and gases.

Affiancer (n.) One who makes a contract of marriage between two persons.

Afflicter (n.) One who afflicts.

Affronter (n.) One who affronts, or insults to the face.

Airometer (n.) A hollow cylinder to contain air. It is closed above and open below, and has its open end plunged into water.

Alabaster (n.) A compact variety or sulphate of lime, or gypsum, of fine texture, and usually white and translucent, but sometimes yellow, red, or gray. It is carved into vases, mantel ornaments, etc.

Alabaster (n.) A hard, compact variety of carbonate of lime, somewhat translucent, or of banded shades of color; stalagmite. The name is used in this sense by Pliny. It is sometimes distinguished as oriental alabaster.

Alabaster (n.) A box or vessel for holding odoriferous ointments, etc.; -- so called from the stone of which it was originally made.

Aleconner (n.) Orig., an officer appointed to look to the goodness of ale and beer; also, one of the officers chosen by the liverymen of London to inspect the measures used in public houses. But the office is a sinecure. [Also called aletaster.]

Aletaster (n.) See Aleconner.

Almsgiver (n.) A giver of alms.

Altimeter (n.) An instrument for taking altitudes, as a quadrant, sextant, etc.

Altometer (n.) A theodolite.

Amplifier (n.) One who or that which amplifies.

Announcer (n.) One who announces.

Ant-eater (n.) One of several species of edentates and monotremes that feed upon ants. See Ant-bear, Pangolin, Aard-vark, and Echidna.

Antimeter (n.) A modification of the quadrant, for measuring small angles.

Appeacher (n.) An accuser.

Appetizer (n.) Something which creates or whets an appetite.

Applauder (n.) One who applauds.

Appointer (n.) One who appoints, or executes a power of appointment.

Appraiser (n.) One who appraises; esp., a person appointed and sworn to estimate and fix the value of goods or estates.

Archiater (n.) Chief physician; -- a term applied, on the continent of Europe, to the first or body physician of princes and to the first physician of some cities.

Areometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the specific gravity of fluids; a form hydrometer.

Arraigner (n.) One who arraigns.

Artificer (n.) An artistic worker; a mechanic or manufacturer; one whose occupation requires skill or knowledge of a particular kind, as a silversmith.

Artificer (n.) One who makes or contrives; a deviser, inventor, or framer.

Artificer (n.) A cunning or artful fellow.

Artificer (n.) A military mechanic, as a blacksmith, carpenter, etc.; also, one who prepares the shells, fuses, grenades, etc., in a military laboratory.

Assaulter (n.) One who assaults, or violently attacks; an assailant.

Assembler (n.) One who assembles a number of individuals; also, one of a number assembled.

Astringer (n.) A falconer who keeps a goshawk.

Atmolyzer (n.) An apparatus for effecting atmolysis.

Atmometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the rate of evaporation from a moist surface; an evaporometer.

Attainder (n.) The act of attainting, or the state of being attainted; the extinction of the civil rights and capacities of a person, consequent upon sentence of death or outlawry; as, an act of attainder.

Attainder (n.) A stain or staining; state of being in dishonor or condemnation.

Attempter (n.) One who attempts; one who essays anything.

Attempter (n.) An assailant; also, a temper.

Attracter (n.) One who, or that which, attracts.

Augmenter (n.) One who, or that which, augments or increases anything.

Axminster (n.) An Axminster carpet, an imitation Turkey carpet, noted for its thick and soft pile; -- so called from Axminster, Eng.

Backbiter (n.) One who backbites; a secret calumniator or detractor.

Backwater (n.) Water turned back in its course by an obstruction, an opposing current , or the flow of the tide, as in a sewer or river channel, or across a river bar.

Backwater (n.) An accumulation of water overflowing the low lands, caused by an obstruction.

Backwater (n.) Water thrown back by the turning of a waterwheel, or by the paddle wheels of a steamer.

Ballister (n.) A crossbow.

Ballooner (n.) One who goes up in a balloon; an aeronaut.

Bandoleer (n.) Alt. of Bandolier

Bandolier (n.) A broad leather belt formerly worn by soldiers over the right shoulder and across the breast under the left arm. Originally it was used for supporting the musket and twelve cases for charges, but later only as a cartridge belt.

Bandolier (n.) One of the leather or wooden cases in which the charges of powder were carried.

Bargainer (n.) One who makes a bargain; -- sometimes in the sense of bargainor.

Barkeeper (n.) One who keeps or tends a bar for the sale of liquors.

Barmaster (n.) Formerly, a local judge among miners; now, an officer of the barmote.

Barometer (n.) An instrument for determining the weight or pressure of the atmosphere, and hence for judging of the probable changes of weather, or for ascertaining the height of any ascent.

Barrister (n.) Counselor at law; a counsel admitted to plead at the bar, and undertake the public trial of causes, as distinguished from an attorney or solicitor. See Attorney.

Bartender (n.) A barkeeper.

Batfowler (n.) One who practices or finds sport in batfowling.

Beblubber (v. t.) To make swollen and disfigured or sullied by weeping; as, her eyes or cheeks were beblubbered.

Bee-eater (n.) A bird of the genus Merops, that feeds on bees. The European species (M. apiaster) is remarkable for its brilliant colors.

Bee-eater (n.) An African bird of the genus Rhinopomastes.

Beefeater (n.) One who eats beef; hence, a large, fleshy person.

Beefeater (n.) One of the yeomen of the guard, in England.

Beefeater (n.) An African bird of the genus Buphaga, which feeds on the larvae of botflies hatched under the skin of oxen, antelopes, etc. Two species are known.

Beemaster (n.) One who keeps bees.

Beflatter (v. t.) To flatter excessively.

Beleaguer (v. t.) To surround with an army so as to preclude escape; to besiege; to blockade.

Bemonster (v. t.) To make monstrous or like a monster.

Benefiter (n.) One who confers a benefit; -- also, one who receives a benefit.

Beplaster (v. t.) To plaster over; to cover or smear thickly; to bedaub.

Bergander (n.) A European duck (Anas tadorna). See Sheldrake.

Berserker (n.) One of a class of legendary heroes, who fought frenzied by intoxicating liquors, and naked, regardless of wounds.

Berserker (n.) One who fights as if frenzied, like a Berserker.

Bescatter (v. t.) To scatter over.

Bescatter (v. t.) To cover sparsely by scattering (something); to strew.

Bescumber (v. t.) Alt. of Bescummer

Bescummer (v. t.) To discharge ordure or dung upon.

Beseecher (n.) One who beseeches.

Beslabber (v. t.) To beslobber.

Beslobber (v. t.) To slobber on; to smear with spittle running from the mouth. Also Fig.: as, to beslobber with praise.

Beslubber (v. t.) To beslobber.

Besmearer (n.) One that besmears.

Bespatter (v. t.) To soil by spattering; to sprinkle, esp. with dirty water, mud, or anything which will leave foul spots or stains.

Bespatter (v. t.) To asperse with calumny or reproach.

Bespeaker (n.) One who bespeaks.

Bewitcher (n.) One who bewitches.

Birgander (n.) See Bergander.

Blackener (n.) One who blackens.

Blatterer (n.) One who blatters; a babbler; a noisy, blustering boaster.

Blockader (n.) One who blockades.

Blockader (n.) A vessel employed in blockading.

Blunderer (n.) One who is apt to blunder.

Blusterer (n.) One who, or that which, blusters; a noisy swaggerer.

Bock beer () A strong beer, originally made in Bavaria.

Bogsucker (n.) The American woodcock; -- so called from its feeding among the bogs.

Bolometer (n.) An instrument for measuring minute quantities of radiant heat, especially in different parts of the spectrum; -- called also actinic balance, thermic balance.

Bolsterer (n.) A supporter.

Bookmaker (n.) One who writes and publishes books; especially, one who gathers his materials from other books; a compiler.

Bookmaker (n.) A betting man who "makes a book." See To make a book, under Book, n.

Bootmaker (n.) One who makes boots.

Bordeller (n.) A keeper or a frequenter of a brothel.

Botanizer (n.) One who botanizes.

Boxkeeper (n.) An attendant at a theater who has charge of the boxes.

Boycotter (n.) A participant in boycotting.

Britisher (n.) An Englishman; a subject or inhabitant of Great Britain, esp. one in the British military or naval service.

Broiderer (n.) One who embroiders.

Brotheler (n.) One who frequents brothels.

Buccaneer (n.) A robber upon the sea; a pirate; -- a term applied especially to the piratical adventurers who made depredations on the Spaniards in America in the 17th and 18th centuries.

Buccaneer (v. i.) To act the part of a buccaneer; to live as a piratical adventurer or sea robber.

Bulldozer (n.) One who bulldozes.

Burglarer (n.) A burglar.

Burnisher (n.) One who burnishes.

Burnisher (n.) A tool with a hard, smooth, rounded end or surface, as of steel, ivory, or agate, used in smoothing or polishing by rubbing. It has a variety of forms adapted to special uses.

By-bidder (n.) One who bids at an auction in behalf of the auctioneer or owner, for the purpose of running up the price of articles.

By-corner (n.) A private corner.

Bystander (n.) One who stands near; a spectator; one who has no concern with the business transacting.

Calendrer (n.) A person who calenders cloth; a calender.

Cancelier (v. i.) To turn in flight; -- said of a hawk.

Cancelier (n.) Alt. of Canceleer

Canceleer (n.) The turn of a hawk upon the wing to recover herself, when she misses her aim in the stoop.

Cannoneer (n.) Alt. of Cannonier

Cannonier (n.) A man who manages, or fires, cannon.

Canvasser (n.) One who canvasses.

Carbineer (n.) A soldier armed with a carbine.

Carpenter (n.) An artificer who works in timber; a framer and builder of houses, ships, etc.

Cashierer (n.) One who rejects, discards, or dismisses; as, a cashierer of monarchs.

Cautioner (n.) One who cautions or advises.

Cautioner (n.) A surety or sponsor.

Certifier (n.) One who certifies or assures.

Chafferer (n.) One who chaffers; a bargainer.

Chamberer (n.) One who attends in a chamber; a chambermaid.

Chamberer (n.) A civilian; a carpetmonger.

Character (n.) A distinctive mark; a letter, figure, or symbol.

Character (n.) Style of writing or printing; handwriting; the peculiar form of letters used by a particular person or people; as, an inscription in the Runic character.

Character (n.) The peculiar quality, or the sum of qualities, by which a person or a thing is distinguished from others; the stamp impressed by nature, education, or habit; that which a person or thing really is; nature; disposition.

Character (n.) Strength of mind; resolution; independence; individuality; as, he has a great deal of character.

Character (n.) Moral quality; the principles and motives that control the life; as, a man of character; his character saves him from suspicion.

Character (n.) Quality, position, rank, or capacity; quality or conduct with respect to a certain office or duty; as, in the miserable character of a slave; in his character as a magistrate; her character as a daughter.

Character (n.) The estimate, individual or general, put upon a person or thing; reputation; as, a man's character for truth and veracity; to give one a bad character.

Character (n.) A written statement as to behavior, competency, etc., given to a servant.

Character (n.) A unique or extraordinary individuality; a person characterized by peculiar or notable traits; a person who illustrates certain phases of character; as, Randolph was a character; Caesar is a great historical character.

Character (n.) One of the persons of a drama or novel.

Character (v. t.) To engrave; to inscribe.

Character (v. t.) To distinguish by particular marks or traits; to describe; to characterize.

Charterer (n.) One who charters; esp. one who hires a ship for a voyage.

Chastener (n.) One who chastens.

Chastiser (n.) One who chastises; a punisher; a corrector.

Chatterer (n.) A prater; an idle talker.

Chatterer (n.) A bird of the family Ampelidae -- so called from its monotonous note. The Bohemion chatterer (Ampelis garrulus) inhabits the arctic regions of both continents. In America the cedar bird is a more common species. See Bohemian chatterer, and Cedar bird.

Chavender (n.) The chub.

Cheapener (n.) One who cheapens.

Cherisher (n.) One who cherishes.

Chevalier (n.) A horseman; a knight; a gallant young man.

Chevalier (n.) A member of certain orders of knighthood.

Chidester (n.) A female scold.

Chorister (n.) One of a choir; a singer in a chorus.

Chorister (n.) One who leads a choir in church music.

Chyometer (n.) An instrument for measuring liquids. It consists of a piston moving in a tube in which is contained the liquid, the quantity expelled being indicated by the graduation upon the piston rod.

Circuiter (n.) One who travels a circuit, as a circuit judge.

Circumfer (v. t.) To bear or carry round.

Civilizer (n.) One who, or that which, civilizes or tends to civilize.

Clarifier (n.) That which clarifies.

Clarifier (n.) A vessel in which the process of clarification is conducted; as, the clarifier in sugar works.

Clatterer (n.) One who clatters.

Climacter (n.) See Climacteric, n.

Cod liver (n.) The liver of the common cod and allied species.

Cohabiter (n.) A cohabitant.

Coincider (n.) One who coincides with another in an opinion.

Colaborer (n.) One who labors with another; an associate in labor.

Coleopter (n.) One of the Coleoptera.

Colombier (n.) A large size of paper for drawings. See under Paper.

Colonizer (n.) One who promotes or establishes a colony; a colonist.

Colporter (n.) Same as Colporteur.

Columbier (n.) See Colombier.

Comforter (n.) One who administers comfort or consolation.

Comforter (n.) The Holy Spirit, -- referring to his office of comforting believers.

Comforter (n.) A knit woolen tippet, long and narrow.

Comforter (n.) A wadded bedquilt; a comfortable.

Commander (n.) A chief; one who has supreme authority; a leader; the chief officer of an army, or of any division of it.

Commander (n.) An officer who ranks next below a captain, -- ranking with a lieutenant colonel in the army.

Commander (n.) The chief officer of a commandery.

Commander (n.) A heavy beetle or wooden mallet, used in paving, in sail lofts, etc.

Commender (n.) One who commends or praises.

Commenter (n.) One who makes or writes comments; a commentator; an annotator.

Committer (n.) One who commits; one who does or perpetrates.

Committer (n.) A fornicator.

Compacter (n.) One who makes a compact.

Compeller (n.) One who compels or constrains.

Concealer (n.) One who conceals.

Conceiver (n.) One who conceives.

Concenter (v. i.) Alt. of Concentre

Concenter (v. t.) Alt. of Concentre

Conchifer (n.) One of the Conchifera.

Concluder (n.) One who concludes.

Concocter (n.) One who concocts.

Condemner (n.) One who condemns or censures.

Condenser (n.) One who, or that which, condenses.

Condenser (n.) An instrument for condensing air or other elastic fluids, consisting of a cylinder having a movable piston to force the air into a receiver, and a valve to prevent its escape.

Condenser (n.) An instrument for concentrating electricity by the effect of induction between conducting plates separated by a nonconducting plate.

Condenser (n.) A lens or mirror, usually of short focal distance, used to concentrate light upon an object.

Condenser (n.) An apparatus for receiving and condensing the volatile products of distillation to a liquid or solid form, by cooling.

Condenser (n.) An apparatus, separate from the cylinder, in which the exhaust steam is condensed by the action of cold water or air. See Illust. of Steam engine.

Conferrer (n.) One who confers; one who converses.

Conferrer (n.) One who bestows; a giver.

Confesser (n.) One who makes a confession.

Confirmer (n.) One who, or that which, confirms, establishes, or ratifies; one who corroborates.

Conformer (n.) One who conforms; one who complies with established forms or doctrines.

Consenter (a.) One who consents.

Conserver (n.) One who conserves.

Consigner (n.) One who consigns. See Consignor.

Conspirer (n.) One who conspires; a conspirator.

Consulter (n.) One who consults, or asks counsel or information.

Container (n.) One who, or that which, contains.

Contemner (n.) One who contemns; a despiser; a scorner.

Contemper (v. t.) To modify or temper; to allay; to qualify; to moderate; to soften.

Contender (n.) One who contends; a contestant.

Continuer (n.) One who continues; one who has the power of perseverance or persistence.

Contriver (n.) One who contrives, devises, plans, or schemas.

Converser (n.) One who engages in conversation.

Converter (n.) One who converts; one who makes converts.

Converter (n.) A retort, used in the Bessemer process, in which molten cast iron is decarburized and converted into steel by a blast of air forced through the liquid metal.

Convincer (n.) One who, or that which, convinces; one who wins over by proof.

Copartner (n.) One who is jointly concerned with one or more persons in business, etc.; a partner; an associate; a partaker; a sharer.

Cordelier (n.) A Franciscan; -- so called in France from the girdle of knotted cord worn by all Franciscans.

Cordelier (n.) A member of a French political club of the time of the first Revolution, of which Danton and Marat were members, and which met in an old Cordelier convent in Paris.

Coriander (n.) An umbelliferous plant, the Coriandrum sativum, the fruit or seeds of which have a strong smell and a spicy taste, and in medicine are considered as stomachic and carminative.

Corrupter (n.) One who corrupts; one who vitiates or taints; as, a corrupter of morals.

Crabeater (n.) The cobia.

Crabeater (n.) An etheostomoid fish of the southern United States (Hadropterus nigrofasciatus).

Crabeater (n.) A small European heron (Ardea minuta, and other allied species).

Cremaster (n.) A thin muscle which serves to draw up the testicle.

Cremaster (n.) The apex of the last abdominal segment of an insect.

Cricketer (n.) One who plays at cricket.

Crucifier (n.) One who crucifies; one who subjects himself or another to a painful trial.

Cullender (n.) A strainer. See Colander.

Cupbearer (n.) One whose office it is to fill and hand the cups at an entertainment.

Cupbearer (n.) One of the attendants of a prince or noble, permanently charged with the performance of this office for his master.

Curtailer (n.) One who curtails.

Custodier (n.) A custodian.

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Dasymeter (n.) An instrument for testing the density of gases, consisting of a thin glass globe, which is weighed in the gas or gases, and then in an atmosphere of known density.

Dayflower (n.) A genus consisting mostly of tropical perennial herbs (Commelina), having ephemeral flowers.

Debaucher (n.) One who debauches or corrupts others; especially, a seducer to lewdness.

Decaliter (n.) Alt. of Decalitre

Decameter (n.) Alt. of Decametre

Deciliter (n.) Alt. of Decilitre

Decimeter (n.) Alt. of Decimetre

Declaimer (n.) One who declaims; an haranguer.

Defaulter (n.) One who makes default; one who fails to appear in court when court when called.

Defaulter (n.) One who fails to perform a duty; a delinquent; particularly, one who fails to account for public money intrusted to his care; a peculator; a defalcator.

Deflourer (n.) One who deflours; a ravisher.

Defrauder (n.) One who defrauds; a cheat; an embezzler; a peculator.

Dekaliter (n.) Same as Decaliter.

Dekameter (n.) Same as Decameter.

Delighter (n.) One who gives or takes delight.

Deliverer (n.) One who delivers or rescues; a preserver.

Deliverer (n.) One who relates or communicates.

Denouncer (n.) One who denounces, or declares, as a menace.

Depainter (n.) One who depaints.

Derringer (n.) A kind of short-barreled pocket pistol, of very large caliber, often carrying a half-ounce ball.

Descanter (n.) One who descants.

Descender (n.) One who descends.

Describer (n.) One who describes.

Desolater (n.) One who, or that which, desolates or lays waste.

Despairer (n.) One who despairs.

Despoiler (n.) One who despoils.

Desponder (n.) One who desponds.

Destemper (n.) A kind of painting. See Distemper.

Destroyer (n.) One who destroys, ruins, kills, or desolates.

Detainder (n.) A writ. See Detinue.

Dethroner (n.) One who dethrones.

Detracter (n.) One who detracts; a detractor.

Developer (n.) One who, or that which, develops.

Developer (n.) A reagent by the action of which the latent image upon a photographic plate, after exposure in the camera, or otherwise, is developed and visible.

Diesinker (n.) An engraver of dies for stamping coins, medals, etc.

Disagreer (n.) One who disagrees.

Disavower (n.) One who disavows.

Disburser (n.) One who disburses money.

Discerner (n.) One who, or that which, discerns, distinguishes, perceives, or judges; as, a discerner of truth, of right and wrong.

Discloser (n.) One who discloses.

Discumber (v. t.) To free from that which cumbers or impedes; to disencumber.

Discusser (n.) One who discusses; one who sifts or examines.

Disgracer (n.) One who disgraces.

Disguiser (n.) One who, or that which, disguises.

Disguiser (n.) One who wears a disguise; an actor in a masquerade; a masker.

Dishwater (n.) Water in which dishes have been washed.

Dismember (v. t.) To tear limb from limb; to dilacerate; to disjoin member from member; to tear or cut in pieces; to break up.

Dismember (v. t.) To deprive of membership.

Disobeyer (n.) One who disobeys.

Dispauper (v. t.) To deprive of the claim of a pauper to public support; to deprive of the privilege of suing in forma pauperis.

Dispender (n.) One who dispends or expends; a steward.

Dispenser (n.) One who, or that which, dispenses; a distributer; as, a dispenser of favors.

Disperser (n.) One that disperses.

Displacer (n.) One that displaces.

Displacer (n.) The funnel part of the apparatus for solution by displacement.

Displayer (n.) One who, or that which, displays.

Disprover (n.) One who disproves or confutes.

Disrudder (v. t.) To deprive of the rudder, as a ship.

Dissenter (n.) One who dissents; one who differs in opinion, or declares his disagreement.

Dissenter (n.) One who separates from the service and worship of an established church; especially, one who disputes the authority or tenets of the Church of England; a nonconformist.

Disshiver (v. t. & i.) To shiver or break in pieces.

Dissolver (n.) One who, or that which, has power to dissolve or dissipate.

Dissuader (n.) One who dissuades; a dehorter.

Dissunder (v. t.) To separate; to sunder; to destroy.

Distemper (v. t.) To temper or mix unduly; to make disproportionate; to change the due proportions of.

Distemper (v. t.) To derange the functions of, whether bodily, mental, or spiritual; to disorder; to disease.

Distemper (v. t.) To deprive of temper or moderation; to disturb; to ruffle; to make disaffected, ill-humored, or malignant.

Distemper (v. t.) To intoxicate.

Distemper (v. t.) To mix (colors) in the way of distemper; as, to distemper colors with size.

Distemper (v. t.) An undue or unnatural temper, or disproportionate mixture of parts.

Distemper (v. t.) Severity of climate; extreme weather, whether hot or cold.

Distemper (v. t.) A morbid state of the animal system; indisposition; malady; disorder; -- at present chiefly applied to diseases of brutes; as, a distemper in dogs; the horse distemper; the horn distemper in cattle.

Distemper (v. t.) Morbid temper of the mind; undue predominance of a passion or appetite; mental derangement; bad temper; ill humor.

Distemper (v. t.) Political disorder; tumult.

Distemper (v. t.) A preparation of opaque or body colors, in which the pigments are tempered or diluted with weak glue or size (cf. Tempera) instead of oil, usually for scene painting, or for walls and ceilings of rooms.

Distemper (v. t.) A painting done with this preparation.

Distiller (n.) One who distills; esp., one who extracts alcoholic liquors by distillation.

Distiller (n.) The condenser of a distilling apparatus.

Distorter (n.) One who, or that which, distorts.

Disturber (n.) One who, or that which, disturbs of disquiets; a violator of peace; a troubler.

Disturber (n.) One who interrupts or incommodes another in the peaceable enjoyment of his right.

Disuniter (n.) One who, or that which, disjoins or causes disunion.

Dittander (n.) A kind of peppergrass (Lepidium latifolium).

Dog-brier (n.) The dog-rose.

Dowitcher (n.) The red-breasted or gray snipe (Macrorhamphus griseus); -- called also brownback, and grayback.

Dragooner (n.) A dragoon.

Drysalter (n.) A dealer in salted or dried meats, pickles, sauces, etc., and in the materials used in pickling, salting, and preserving various kinds of food Hence drysalters usually sell a number of sa

Durometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the degree of hardness; especially, an instrument for testing the relative hardness of steel rails and the like.

Dynameter (n.) A dynamometer.

Dynamiter (n.) One who uses dynamite; esp., one who uses it for the destruction of life and property.

Echometer (n.) A graduated scale for measuring the duration of sounds, and determining their different, and the relation of their intervals.

Editioner (n.) An editor.

Embezzler (n.) One who embezzles.

Emboweler (n.) One who takes out the bowels.

Embroider (v. t.) To ornament with needlework; as, to embroider a scarf.

Embroiler (n.) One who embroils.

Emplaster (n.) See Plaster.

Emplaster (n.) To plaster over; to cover over so as to present a good appearance.

Enchanter (n.) One who enchants; a sorcerer or magician; also, one who delights as by an enchantment.

Encounter (v. i.) To meet face to face; to have a meeting; to meet, esp. as enemies; to engage in combat; to fight; as, three armies encountered at Waterloo.

Encounter (v. t.) A meeting face to face; a running against; a sudden or incidental meeting; an interview.

Encounter (v. t.) A meeting, with hostile purpose; hence, a combat; a battle; as, a bloody encounter.

Energizer (n.) One who, or that which, gives energy, or acts in producing an effect.

Enfeebler (n.) One who, or that which, weakens or makes feeble.

Engrosser (n.) One who copies a writing in large, fair characters.

Engrosser (n.) One who takes the whole; a person who purchases such quantities of articles in a market as to raise the price; a forestaller.

Enlivener (n.) One who, or that which, enlivens, animates, or invigorates.

Enshelter (v. t.) To shelter.

Entangler (n.) One that entangles.

Entreater (n.) One who entreats; one who asks earnestly; a beseecher.

Epistoler (n.) One of the clergy who reads the epistle at the communion service; an epistler.

Epitapher (n.) A writer of epitaphs.

Equalizer (n.) One who, or that which, equalizes anything.

Eriometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the diameters of minute particles or fibers, from the size of the colored rings produced by the diffraction of the light in which the objects are viewed.

Estranger (n.) One who estranges.

Evidencer (n.) One whi gives evidence.

Exchanger (n.) One who exchanges; one who practices exchange.

Exchequer (n.) One of the superior courts of law; -- so called from a checkered cloth, which covers, or formerly covered, the table.

Exchequer (n.) The department of state having charge of the collection and management of the royal revenue. [Eng.] Hence, the treasury; and, colloquially, pecuniary possessions in general; as, the company's exchequer is low.

Exchequer (v. t.) To institute a process against (any one) in the Court of Exchequer.

Exclaimer (n.) One who exclaims.

Exerciser (n.) One who exercises.

Exhauster (n.) One who, or that which, exhausts or draws out.

Exhibiter (n.) One who exhibits; one who presents a petition, charge or bill.

Exigenter (n.) An officer in the Court of King's Bench and Common Pleas whose duty it was make out exigents. The office in now abolished.

Exorciser (n.) An exorcist.

Explainer (n.) One who explains; an expounder or expositor; a commentator; an interpreter.

Expounder (n.) One who expounds or explains; an interpreter.

Eyeleteer (n.) A small, sharp-pointed instrument used in piercing eyelet holes; a stiletto.

Eyewinker (n.) An eyelash.

Factioner (n.) One of a faction.

Falsifier (n.) One who falsifies, or gives to a thing a deceptive appearance; a liar.

Fashioner (n.) One who fashions, forms, ar gives shape to anything.

Fierasfer (n.) A genus of small, slender fishes, remarkable for their habit of living as commensals in other animals. One species inhabits the gill cavity of the pearl oyster near Panama; another lives within an East Indian holothurian.

Pigpecker (n.) The European garden warbler (Sylvia, / Currica, hortensis); -- called also beccafico and greater pettychaps.

Fillister (n.) The rabbet on the outer edge of a sash bar to hold the glass and the putty.

Fillister (n.) A plane for making a rabbet.

Financier (n.) One charged with the administration of finance; an officer who administers the public revenue; a treasurer.

Financier (n.) One skilled in financial operations; one acquainted with money matters.

Financier (v. i.) To conduct financial operations.

Finlander (n.) A native or inhabitant of Finland.

Flamboyer (n.) A name given in the East and West Indies to certain trees with brilliant blossoms, probably species of Caesalpinia.

Flatterer (n.) One who flatters.

Flutterer (n.) One who, or that which, flutters.

Focimeter (n.) An assisting instrument for focusing an object in or before a camera.

Folkmoter (n.) One who takes part in a folkmote, or local court.

Forbearer (n.) One who forbears.

Forbidder (n.) One who forbids.

Foreboder (n.) One who forebodes.

Foreigner (n.) A person belonging to or owning allegiance to a foreign country; one not native in the country or jurisdiction under consideration, or not naturalized there; an alien; a stranger.

Forfeiter (n.) One who incurs a penalty of forfeiture.

Forgather (v. i.) To convene; to gossip; to meet accidentally.

Forgetter (n.) One who forgets; a heedless person.

Fortifier (n.) One who, or that which, fortifies, strengthens, supports, or upholds.

Forwander (v. i.) To wander away; to go astray; to wander far and to weariness.

Forwarder (n.) One who forwards or promotes; a promoter.

Forwarder (n.) One who sends forward anything; (Com.) one who transmits goods; a forwarding merchant.

Forwarder (n.) One employed in forwarding.

Freighter (n.) One who loads a ship, or one who charters and loads a ship.

Freighter (n.) One employed in receiving and forwarding freight.

Freighter (n.) One for whom freight is transported.

Freighter (n.) A vessel used mainly to carry freight.

Fripperer (n.) A fripper.

Fruiterer (n.) One who deals in fruit; a seller of fruits.

Fulfiller (n.) One who fulfills.

Furbisher (n.) One who furbishes; esp., a sword cutler, who finishes sword blades and similar weapons.

Furnisher (n.) One who supplies or fits out.

Fartherer (n.) One who furthers. or helps to advance; a promoter.

Gainsayer (n.) One who gainsays, contradicts, or denies.

Gannister (n.) A refractory material consisting of crushed or ground siliceous stone, mixed with fire clay; -- used for lining Bessemer converters; also used for macadamizing roads.

Garnisher (n.) One who, or that which, garnishes.

Garreteer (n.) One who lives in a garret; a poor author; a literary hack.

Gasometer (n.) An apparatus for holding and measuring of gas; in gas works, a huge iron cylinder closed at one end and having the other end immersed in water, in which it is made to rise or fall, according to the volume of gas it contains, or the pressure required.

Gazetteer (n.) A writer of news, or an officer appointed to publish news by authority.

Gazetteer (n.) A newspaper; a gazette.

Gazetteer (n.) A geographical dictionary; a book giving the names and descriptions, etc., of many places.

Gazetteer (n.) An alphabetical descriptive list of anything.

Geomancer (n.) One who practices, or is versed in, geomancy.

Germander (n.) A plant of the genus Teucrium (esp. Teucrium Chamaedrys or wall germander), mintlike herbs and low shrubs.

Glorioser (n.) A boaster.

Godfather (n.) A man who becomes sponsor for a child at baptism, and makes himself a surety for its Christian training and instruction.

Godfather (v. t.) To act as godfather to; to take under one's fostering care.

Godmother (n.) A woman who becomes sponsor for a child in baptism. See Godfather

Gondolier (n.) A man who rows a gondola.

Goosander (n.) A species of merganser (M. merganser) of Northern Europe and America; -- called also merganser, dundiver, sawbill, sawneb, shelduck, and sheldrake. See Merganser.

Gormander (n.) See Gormand, n.

Gratifier (n.) One who gratifies or pleases.

Grenadier (n.) Any marine fish of the genus Macrurus, in which the body and tail taper to a point; they mostly inhabit the deep sea; -- called also onion fish, and rat-tail fish.

Grenadier (n.) A bright-colored South African grosbeak (Pyromelana orix), having the back red and the lower parts black.

Grisamber (n.) Ambergris.

Gunpowder (n.) A black, granular, explosive substance, consisting of an intimate mechanical mixture of niter, charcoal, and sulphur. It is used in gunnery and blasting.

Hagbutter (n.) A soldier armed with a hagbut or arquebus.

Hag-taper (n.) The great woolly mullein (Verbascum Thapsus).

Halometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the forms and angles of salts and crystals; a goniometer.

Haranguer (n.) One who harangues, or is fond of haranguing; a declaimer.

Harbinger (n.) One who provides lodgings; especially, the officer of the English royal household who formerly preceded the court when traveling, to provide and prepare lodgings.

Harbinger (n.) A forerunner; a precursor; a messenger.

Harbinger (v. t.) To usher in; to be a harbinger of.

Harnesser (n.) One who harnesses.

Harpooner (n.) One who throws the harpoon.

Harvester (n.) One who harvests; a machine for cutting and gathering grain; a reaper.

Harvester (n.) A harvesting ant.

Hatcheler (n.) One who uses a hatchel.

Hearkener (n.) One who hearkens; a listener.

Heartener (n.) One who, or that which, heartens, animates, or stirs up.

Hereafter (adv.) In time to come; in some future time or state.

Hereafter (n.) A future existence or state.

Hexameter (a.) Having six metrical feet, especially dactyls and spondees.

Highflier (n.) One who is extravagant in pretensions, opinions, or manners.

Hightener (n.) That which heightens.

Hig-taper (n.) A plant of the genus Verbascum (V. Thapsus); the common mullein. [Also high-taper and hag-taper.]

Historier (n.) An historian.

Hodometer (n.) See Odometer.

Hoemother (n.) The basking or liver shark; -- called also homer. See Liver shark, under Liver.

Hogchoker (n.) An American sole (Achirus

Hogringer (n.) One who puts rings into the snouts of hogs.

Hollander (n.) A native or one of the people of Holland; a Dutchman.

Hollander (n.) A very hard, semi-glazed, green or dark brown brick, which will not absorb water; -- called also, Dutch clinker.

Holometer (n.) An instrument for making of angular measurements.

Horologer (n.) A maker or vender of clocks and watches; one skilled in horology.

Horometer (n.) An instrument for measuring time.

Howsoever (adj. & conj.) In what manner soever; to whatever degree or extent; however.

Howsoever (adj. & conj.) Although; though; however.

Humanizer (n.) One who renders humane.

Humbugger (n.) One who humbugs.

Hundreder (n.) An inhabitant or freeholder of a hundred.

Hundreder (n.) A person competent to serve on a jury, in an action for land in the hundred to which he belongs.

Hundreder (n.) One who has the jurisdiction of a hundred; and sometimes, a bailiff of a hundred.

Icelander (n.) A native, or one of the Scandinavian people, of Iceland.

Idealizer (n.) An idealist.

Illuminer (n.) One who, or that which, illuminates.

Impeacher (n.) One who impeaches.

Impleader (n.) One who prosecutes or sues another.

Impounder (n.) One who impounds.

Inchamber (v. t.) To lodge in a chamber.

Increaser (n.) One who, or that, increases.

Indianeer (n.) An Indiaman.

Indweller (n.) An inhabitant.

Inflicter (n.) One who inflicts.

Infringer (n.) One who infringes or violates; a violator.

Ingrafter (n.) A person who ingrafts.

Inhabiter (n.) An inhabitant.

Inleaguer (v. t.) To beleaguer.

Innholder (n.) One who keeps an inn.

Innkeeper (n.) An innholder.

Inscriber (n.) One who inscribes.

Instanter (a.) Immediately; instantly; at once; as, he left instanter.

Instiller (n.) One who instills.

Intriguer (n.) One who intrigues.

Inveigher (n.) One who inveighs.

Inveigler (n.) One who inveigles.

Jayhawker (n.) A name given to a free-booting, unenlisted, armed man or guerrilla.

Jeoparder (n.) One who puts in jeopardy.

Journeyer (n.) One who journeys.

Justifier (n.) One who justifies; one who vindicates, supports, defends, or absolves.

Jutlander (n.) A native or inhabitant of Jutland in Denmark.

Kadiaster (n.) A Turkish judge. See Cadi.

Kidnapper (n.) One who steals or forcibly carries away a human being; a manstealer.

Kiloliter (n.) Alt. of Kilolitre

Kilometer (n.) Alt. of Kilometre

Kitchener (n.) A kitchen servant; a cook.

Kiteflier (n.) See Kite, n., 6.

Labimeter (n.) See Labidometer.

Lacquerer (n.) One who lacquers, especially one who makes a business of lacquering.

Lampooner (n.) The writer of a lampoon.

Landloper (n.) Same as Landlouper.

Landowner (n.) An owner of land.

Laplander (n.) A native or inhabitant of Lapland; -- called also Lapp.

Launderer (n.) One who follows the business of laundering.

Lawmonger (n.) A trader in law; one who practices law as if it were a trade.

Leaguerer (n.) A besieger.

Limewater (n.) Water impregnated with lime; esp., an artificial solution of lime for medicinal purposes.

Liquefier (n.) That which liquefies.

Logroller (n.) One who engages in logrolling.

Lowlander (n.) A native or inhabitant of the Lowlands, especially of the Lowlands of Scotland, as distinguished from Highlander.

Lucimeter (n.) an instrument for measuring the intensity of light; a photometer.

Lysimeter (n.) An instrument for measuring the water that percolates through a certain depth of soil.

Macerater (n.) One who, or that which, macerates; an apparatus for converting paper or fibrous matter into pulp.

Magaziner (n.) One who edits or writes for a magazine.

Magnifier (n.) One who, or that which, magnifies.

Man-eater (n.) One who, or that which, has an appetite for human flesh; specifically, one of certain large sharks (esp. Carcharodon Rondeleti); also, a lion or a tiger which has acquired the habit of feeding upon human flesh.

Manslayer (n.) One who kills a human being; one who commits manslaughter.

Marshaler (n.) One who marshals.

Massacrer (n.) One who massacres.

Maunderer (n.) One who maunders.

Mayflower (n.) In England, the hawthorn; in New England, the trailing arbutus (see Arbutus); also, the blossom of these plants.

Megameter (n.) An instrument for determining longitude by observation of the stars.

Megameter (n.) A micrometer.

Megameter (n.) Alt. of Megametre

Megaweber (n.) A million webers.

Memoriter (adv.) By, or from, memory.

Merganser (n.) Any bird of the genus Merganser, and allied genera. They are allied to the ducks, but have a sharply serrated bill.

Messenger (n.) One who bears a message; the bearer of a verbal or written communication, notice, or invitation, from one person to another, or to a public body; specifically, an office servant who bears messages.

Messenger (n.) One who, or that which, foreshows, or foretells.

Messenger (n.) A hawser passed round the capstan, and having its two ends lashed together to form an endless rope or chain; -- formerly used for heaving in the cable.

Messenger (n.) A person appointed to perform certain ministerial duties under bankrupt and insolvent laws, such as to take charge og the estate of the bankrupt or insolvent.

Micraster (n.) A genus of sea urchins, similar to Spatangus, abounding in the chalk formation; -- from the starlike disposal of the ambulacral furrows.

Midsummer (n.) The middle of summer.

Midwinter (n.) The middle of winter.

Misleader (n.) One who leads into error.

Misnumber (v. t.) To number wrongly.

Misrender (v. t.) To render wrongly; to translate or recite wrongly.

Missioner (n.) A missionary; an envoy; one who conducts a mission. See Mission, n., 6.

Mistemper (v. t.) To temper ill; to disorder; as, to mistemper one's head.

Miswander (v. i.) To wander in a wrong path; to stray; to go astray.

Moistener (n.) One who, or that which, moistens.

Mollifier (n.) One who, or that which, mollifies.

Monometer (n.) A rhythmic series, consisting of a single meter.

Monopoler (n.) A monopolist.

Moonraker (n.) Same as Moonsail.

Moralizer (n.) One who moralizes.

Mortgager (n.) gives a mortgage.

Mortifier (n.) One who, or that which, mortifies.

Muckender (n.) A handkerchief.

Mudsucker (n.) A woodcock.

Muffineer (n.) A dish for keeping muffins hot.

Murtherer (n.) A murderer.

Musketeer (n.) A soldier armed with a musket.

Nebulizer (n.) An atomizer.

Neglecter (n.) One who neglects.

Neuropter (n.) One of the Neuroptera.

Newspaper (n.) A sheet of paper printed and distributed, at stated intervals, for conveying intelligence of passing events, advocating opinions, etc.; a public print that circulates news, advertisements, proceedings of legislative bodies, public announcements, etc.

Nilometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the rise of water in the Nile during its periodical flood.

Nitrifier (n.) An agent employed in nitrification.

Nonmember (n.) One who is not a member.

Nourisher (n.) One who, or that which, nourishes.

Nowhither (adv.) Not anywhither; in no direction; nowhere.

Nuisancer (n.) One who makes or causes a nuisance.

Nullifier (n.) One who nullifies or makes void; one who maintains the right to nullify a contract by one of the parties.

Nutjobber (n.) The nuthatch.

Nutpecker (n.) The nuthatch.

Octameter (n.) A verse containing eight feet; as, --//Deep# in|to# the | dark#ness | peer#ing, | long# I | stood# there | wond'#ring, | fear#ing.

Oenometer (n.) See Alcoholometer.

Oleometer (n.) An instrument for ascertaining the weight and purity of oil; an elaiometer.

Olivaster (a.) Of the color of the olive; tawny.

Oncometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the variations in size of the internal organs of the body, as the kidney, spleen, etc.

On-hanger (n.) A hanger-on.

On-looker (n.) A looker-on.

Optometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the distance of distinct vision, mainly for the selection of eveglasses.

Orchester (n.) See Orchestra.

Organizer (n.) One who organizes.

Osmometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the amount of osmotic action in different liquids.

Outbidder (n.) One who outbids.

Outfitter (n.) One who furnishes outfits for a voyage, a journey, or a business.

Outkeeper (n.) An attachment to a surveyor's compass for keeping tally in chaining.

Outlander (n.) A foreigner.

Outluster (v. t.) Alt. of Outlustre

Outnumber (v. t.) To exceed in number.

Outrigger (n.) Any spar or projecting timber run out for temporary use, as from a ship's mast, to hold a rope or a sail extended, or from a building, to support hoisting teckle.

Outrigger (n.) A projecting support for a rowlock, extended from the side of a boat.

Outrigger (n.) A boat thus equipped.

Outrigger (n.) A projecting contrivance at the side of a boat to prevent upsetting, as projecting spars with a log at the end.

Outrunner (n.) An offshoot; a branch.

Outsuffer (v. t.) To exceed in suffering.

Overcomer (n.) One who overcomes.

Overcover (v. t.) To cover up.

Overeager (a.) Too eager; too impatient.

Overlayer (n.) One who overlays; that with which anything is overlaid.

Overliver (n.) A survivor.

Overpower (v. t.) To excel or exceed in power; to cause to yield; to vanquish; to subdue; as, the light overpowers the eyes.

Overpower (n.) A dominating power.

Overruler (n.) One who, or that which, controls, governs, or determines.

Overtower (v. t.) To tower over or above.

Overtower (v. i.) To soar too high.

Palaverer (n.) One who palavers; a flatterer.

Palmister (n.) One who practices palmistry

Paradoxer (n.) Alt. of Paradoxist

Parameter (n.) A term applied to some characteristic magnitude whose value, invariable as long as one and the same function, curve, surface, etc., is considered, serves to distinguish that function, curve, surface, etc., from others of the same kind or family.

Parameter (n.) Specifically (Conic Sections), in the ellipse and hyperbola, a third proportional to any diameter and its conjugate, or in the parabola, to any abscissa and the corresponding ordinate.

Parameter (n.) The ratio of the three crystallographic axes which determines the position of any plane; also, the fundamental axial ratio for a given species.

Paraunter (adv.) Peradventure. See Paraventure.

Pasquiler (n.) A lampooner.

Passenger (n.) A passer or passer-by; a wayfarer.

Passenger (n.) A traveler by some established conveyance, as a coach, steamboat, railroad train, etc.

Pathmaker (n.) One who, or that which, makes a way or path.

Paymaster (n.) One who pays; one who compensates, rewards, or requites; specifically, an officer or agent of a government, a corporation, or an employer, whose duty it is to pay salaries, wages, etc., and keep account of the same.

Pedometer (n.) An instrument for including the number of steps in walking, and so ascertaining the distance passed over. It is usually in the form of a watch; an oscillating weight by the motion of the body causes the index to advance a certain distance at each step.

Pendicler (n.) An inferior tenant; one who rents a pendicle or croft.

Penholder (n.) A handle for a pen.

Pensioner (n.) One in receipt of a pension; hence, figuratively, a dependent.

Pensioner (n.) One of an honorable band of gentlemen who attend the sovereign of England on state occasions, and receive an annual pension, or allowance, of 150 and two horses.

Pensioner (n.) In the university of Cambridge, England, one who pays for his living in commons; -- corresponding to commoner at Oxford.

Perceiver (n.) One who perceives (in any of the senses of the verb).

Perfecter (n.) One who, or that which, makes perfect.

Performer (n.) One who performs, accomplishes, or fulfills; as, a good promiser, but a bad performer; especially, one who shows skill and training in any art; as, a performer of the drama; a performer on the harp.

Periauger (n.) See Pirogue.

Perimeter (n.) The outer boundary of a body or figure, or the sum of all the sides.

Perimeter (n.) An instrument for determining the extent and shape of the field of vision.

Permitter (n.) One who permits.

Perpender (n.) A large stone reaching through a wall so as to appear on both sides of it, and acting as a binder; -- called also perbend, perpend stone, and perpent stone.

Persuader (n.) One who, or that which, persuades or influences.

Perturber (n.) One who, or that which, perturbs, or cause perturbation.

Perverter (n.) One who perverts (a person or thing).

Petardeer (n.) Alt. of Petardier

Petardier (n.) One who managed a petard.

Phalanger (n.) Any marsupial belonging to Phalangista, Cuscus, Petaurus, and other genera of the family Phalangistidae. They are arboreal, and the species of Petaurus are furnished with lateral parachutes. See Flying phalanger, under Flying.

Philander (v. i.) To make love to women; to play the male flirt.

Philander (n.) A lover.

Philander (n.) A South American opossum (Didelphys philander).

Philander (n.) An Australian bandicoot (Perameles lagotis).

Philister (n.) A Philistine; -- a cant name given to townsmen by students in German universities.

Phylacter (n.) A phylactery.

Pia mater () The delicate and highly vascular membrane immediately investing the brain and spinal cord.

Pickeerer (n.) One who pickeers.

Picnicker (n.) One who takes part in a picnic.

Piepowder (n.) An ancient court of record in England, formerly incident to every fair and market, of which the steward of him who owned or had the toll was the judge.

Pineaster (n.) See Pinaster.

Pipelayer () Alt. of Pipe layer

Piqueerer (n.) See Pickeerer.

Pirameter (n.) A dynamometer for ascertaining the power required to draw carriages over roads.

Pistoleer (n.) One who uses a pistol.

Planisher (n.) One who, or that which, planishes.

Plasterer (n.) One who applies plaster or mortar.

Plasterer (n.) One who makes plaster casts.

Playmaker (n.) A playwright.

Pleasurer (n.) A pleasure seeker.

Plunderer (n.) One who plunders or pillages.

Pneometer (n.) A spirometer.

Poetaster (n.) An inferior rhymer, or writer of verses; a dabbler in poetic art.

Polarizer (n.) That which polarizes; especially, the part of a polariscope which receives and polarizes the light. It is usually a reflecting plate, or a plate of some crystal, as tourma

Pomewater (n.) A kind of sweet, juicy apple.

Porringer (n.) A porridge dish; esp., a bowl or cup from which children eat or are fed; as, a silver porringer.

Portioner (n.) One who portions.

Portioner (n.) See Portionist, 2.

Portrayer (n.) One who portrays.

Postponer (n.) One who postpones.

Postrider (n.) One who rides over a post road to carry the mails.

Potboiler (n.) A term applied derisively to any literary or artistic work, and esp. a painting, done simply for money and the means of living.

Poulterer (n.) One who deals in poultry.

Practicer (n.) One who practices, or puts in practice; one who customarily performs certain acts.

Practicer (n.) One who exercises a profession; a practitioner.

Practicer (n.) One who uses art or stratagem.

Precurrer (n.) A precursor.

Preferrer (n.) One who prefers.

Preponder (v. t.) To preponderate.

Presbyter (n.) An elder in the early Christian church. See 2d Citation under Bishop, n., 1.

Presbyter (n.) One ordained to the second order in the ministry; -- called also priest.

Presbyter (n.) A member of a presbytery whether lay or clerical.

Presbyter (n.) A Presbyterian.

Presenter (n.) One who presents.

Preserver (n.) One who, or that which, preserves, saves, or defends, from destruction, injury, or decay; esp., one who saves the life or character of another.

Preserver (n.) One who makes preserves of fruit.

Pretender (n.) One who lays claim, or asserts a title (to something); a claimant.

Pretender (n.) The pretender (Eng. Hist.), the son or the grandson of James II., the heir of the royal family of Stuart, who laid claim to the throne of Great Britain, from which the house was excluded by law.

Pretender (n.) One who pretends, simulates, or feigns.

Preventer (n.) One who goes before; one who forestalls or anticipates another.

Preventer (n.) One who prevents or obstructs; a hinderer; that which hinders; as, a preventer of evils or of disease.

Preventer (n.) An auxiliary rope to strengthen a mast.

Privateer (n.) An armed private vessel which bears the commission of the sovereign power to cruise against the enemy. See Letters of marque, under Marque.

Privateer (n.) The commander of a privateer.

Privateer (v. i.) To cruise in a privateer.

Proceeder (n.) One who proceeds.

Profferer (n.) One who proffers something.

Prolonger (n.) One who, or that which, causes an extension in time or space.

Promulger (n.) One who promulges or publishes what was before unknown.

Propeller (n.) One who, or that which, propels.

Propeller (n.) A contrivance for propelling a steam vessel, usually consisting of a screw placed in the stern under water, and made to revolve by an engine; a propeller wheel.

Propeller (n.) A steamboat thus propelled; a screw steamer.

Propugner (n.) A defender; a vindicator.

Protester (n.) One who protests; one who utters a solemn declaration.

Protester (n.) One who protests a bill of exchange, or note.

Provender (n.) Dry food for domestic animals, as hay, straw, corn, oats, or a mixture of ground grain; feed.

Provender (n.) Food or provisions.

Publisher (n.) One who publishes; as, a publisher of a book or magazine.

Pulpiteer (n.) One who speaks in a pulpit; a preacher; -- so called in contempt.

Purchaser (n.) One who purchases; one who acquires property for a consideration, generally of money; a buyer; a vendee.

Purchaser (n.) One who acquires an estate in lands by his own act or agreement, or who takes or obtains an estate by any means other than by descent or inheritance.

Purloiner (n.) One who purloins.

Pyrometer (n.) An instrument used for measuring the expansion of solid bodies by heat.

Pyrometer (n.) An instrument for measuring degrees of heat above those indicated by the mercurial thermometer.

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Qualifier (n.) One who, or that which, qualifies; that which modifies, reduces, tempers or restrains.

Quickener (n.) One who, or that which, quickens.

Quirister (n.) A chorister. See Chorister.

Ragpicker (n.) One who gets a living by picking up rags and refuse things in the streets.

Ratepayer (n.) One who pays rates or taxes.

Reassurer (n.) One who reassures.

Rebuilder (n.) One who rebuilds.

Recharter (n.) A second charter; a renewal of a charter.

Recharter (v. t.) To charter again or anew; to grant a second or another charter to.

Reclaimer (n.) One who reclaims.

Reconquer (v. t.) To conquer again; to recover by conquest; as, to reconquer a revolted province.

Recoverer (n.) One who recovers.

Recruiter (n.) One who, or that which, recruits.

Rectifier (n.) One who, or that which, rectifies.

Rectifier (n.) Specifically: (a) (Naut.) An instrument used for determining and rectifying the variations of the compass on board ship. (b) (Chem.) A rectificator.

Redeliver (v. t.) To deliver or give back; to return.

Redeliver (v. t.) To deliver or liberate a second time or again.

Redeliver (v. t.) To report; to deliver the answer of.

Redresser (n.) One who redresses.

Refounder (n.) One who refounds.

Refrainer (n.) One who refrains.

Refresher (n.) One who, or that which, refreshes.

Refresher (n.) An extra fee paid to counsel in a case that has been adjourned from one term to another, or that is unusually protracted.

Rehearser (n.) One who rehearses.

Reinsurer (n.) One who gives reinsurance.

Rejoinder (n.) An answer to a reply; or, in general, an answer or reply.

Rejoinder (n.) The defendant's answer to the plaintiff's replication.

Rejoinder (v. i.) To make a rejoinder.

Remainder (n.) Anything that remains, or is left, after the separation and removal of a part; residue; remnant.

Remainder (n.) The quantity or sum that is left after subtraction, or after any deduction.

Remainder (a.) Remaining; left; left over; refuse.

Renouncer (n.) One who renounces.

Repleader (n.) A second pleading, or course of pleadings; also, the right of pleading again.

Represser (n.) One who, or that which, represses.

Reprinter (n.) One who reprints.

Requester (n.) One who requests; a petitioner.

Resembler (n.) One who resembles.

Reshipper (n.) One who reships.

Respecter (n.) One who respects.

Retoucher (n.) One who retouches.

Retriever (n.) One who retrieves.

Retriever (n.) A dor, or a breed of dogs, chiefly employed to retrieve, or to find and recover game birds that have been killed or wounded.

Rhapsoder (n.) A rhapsodist.

Rheometer (n.) An instrument for measuring currents, especially the force or intensity of electrical currents; a galvanometer.

Rheometer (n.) An instrument for measuring the velocity of the blood current in the arteries.

Rhinaster (n.) The borele.

Rhipipter (n.) One of the Rhipiptera, a group of insects having wings which fold like a fan; a strepsipter.

Rhymester (n.) A rhymer; a maker of poor poetry.

Ridiculer (n.) One who ridicules.

Rigsdaler (n.) A Danish coin worth about fifty-four cents. It was the former unit of value in Denmark.

Riksdaler (n.) A Swedish coin worth about twenty-seven cents. It was formerly the unit of value in Sweden.

Roadmaker (n.) One who makes roads.

Roisterer (n.) A blustering, turbulent fellow.

Romanizer (n.) One who Romanizes.

Roysterer (n.) same as Roister, Roisterer.

Rumseller (n.) One who sells rum; one who deals in intoxicating liquors; especially, one who sells spirituous beverages at retail.

Rysimeter (n.) See Rhysimeter.

Safflower (n.) An annual composite plant (Carthamus tinctorius), the flowers of which are used as a dyestuff and in making rouge; bastard, or false, saffron.

Safflower (n.) The dried flowers of the Carthamus tinctorius.

Safflower (n.) A dyestuff from these flowers. See Safranin (b).

Sailmaker (n.) One whose occupation is to make or repair sails.

Salimeter (n.) An instrument for measuring the amount of salt present in any given solution.

salometer (n.) See Salimeter.

Saltpeter (n.) Alt. of Saltpetre

Sandpaper (n.) Paper covered on one side with sand glued fast, -- used for smoothing and polishing.

Sandpaper (v. t.) To smooth or polish with sandpaper; as, to sandpaper a door.

Sandpiper (n.) Any one of numerous species of small limico

Sandpiper (n.) A small lamprey eel; the pride.

Satisfier (n.) One who satisfies.

Saunterer (n.) One who saunters.

Saymaster (n.) A master of assay; one who tries or proves.

Scalloper (n.) One who fishes for scallops.

Scamperer (n.) One who scampers.

Scarifier (n.) One who scarifies.

Scarifier (n.) The instrument used for scarifying.

Scarifier (n.) An implement for stripping and loosening the soil, without bringing up a fresh surface.

Scavenger (v.) A person whose employment is to clean the streets of a city, by scraping or sweeping, and carrying off the filth. The name is also applied to any animal which devours refuse, carrion, or anything injurious to health.

Scorifier (n.) One who, or that which, scorifies; specifically, a small flat bowl-shaped cup used in the first heating in assaying, to remove the earth and gangue, and to concentrate the gold and silver in a lead button.

Scrambler (n.) One who scrambles; one who climbs on all fours.

Scrambler (n.) A greedy and unceremonious contestant.

Scratcher (n.) One who, or that which, scratches; specifically (Zool.), any rasorial bird.

Scribbler (n.) One who scribbles; a petty author; a writer of no reputation; a literary hack.

Scribbler (n.) A scribbling machine.

Scrivener (n.) A professional writer; one whose occupation is to draw contracts or prepare writings.

Scrivener (n.) One whose business is to place money at interest; a broker.

Scrivener (n.) A writing master.

Sea adder () The European fifteen-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus spinachia); -- called also bismore.

Sea adder () The European tanglefish, or pipefish (Syngnathus acus).

Sea otter () An aquatic carnivore (Enhydris lutris, / marina) found in the North Pacific Ocean. Its fur is highly valued, especially by the Chinese. It is allied to the common otter, but is larger, with feet more decidedly webbed.

Sea poker () The lyrie.

Sea rover () One that cruises or roves the sea for plunder; a sea robber; a pirate; also, a piratical vessel.

Sentencer (n.) One who pronounced a sentence or condemnation.

September (n.) The ninth month of the year, containing thurty days.

Sepulcher (n.) Alt. of Sepulchre

Sepulcher (v. t.) Alt. of Sepulchre

Sequester (v. t.) To cause (one) to submit to the process of sequestration; to deprive (one) of one's estate, property, etc.

Sequester (v. t.) To set apart; to put aside; to remove; to separate from other things.

Sequester (v. t.) To cause to retire or withdraw into obscurity; to seclude; to withdraw; -- often used reflexively.

Sequester (v. i.) To withdraw; to retire.

Sequester (v. i.) To renounce (as a widow may) any concern with the estate of her husband.

Sequester (n.) Sequestration; separation.

Sequester (n.) A person with whom two or more contending parties deposit the subject matter of the controversy; one who mediates between two parties; a mediator; an umpire or referee.

Sequester (n.) Same as Sequestrum.

Seraskier (n.) A general or commander of land forces in the Turkish empire; especially, the commander-in-chief of minister of war.

Serenader (n.) One who serenades.

Sermoneer (n.) A sermonizer.

Shampooer (n.) One who shampoos.

Shankbeer (n.) See Schenkbeer.

Shebander (n.) A harbor master, or ruler of a port, in the East Indies.

Shipowner (n.) Owner of a ship or ships.

Shoemaker (n.) One whose occupation it is to make shoes and boots.

Shoemaker (n.) The threadfish.

Shoemaker (n.) The runner, 12.

Shortener (n.) One who, or that which, shortens.

Similiter (n.) The technical name of the form by which either party, in pleading, accepts the issue tendered by his opponent; -- called sometimes a joinder in issue.

Siraskier (n.) See Seraskier.

Slabberer (n.) One who slabbers, or drools; hence, an idiot.

Slanderer (n.) One who slanders; a defamer; a calumniator.

Slaughter (v. t.) The act of killing.

Slaughter (v. t.) The extensive, violent, bloody, or wanton destruction of life; carnage.

Slaughter (v. t.) The act of killing cattle or other beasts for market.

Slaughter (v. t.) To visit with great destruction of life; to kill; to slay in battle.

Slaughter (v. t.) To butcher; to kill for the market, as beasts.

Slobberer (n.) One who slobbers.

Slobberer (n.) A slovenly farmer; a jobbing tailor.

Slumberer (n.) One who slumbers; a sleeper.

Smatterer (n.) One who has only a slight, superficial knowledge; a sciolist.

Snowshoer (n.) One who travels on snowshoes; an expert in using snowshoes.

Sojourner (n.) One who sojourns.

Sonneteer (n.) A composer of sonnets, or small poems; a small poet; -- usually in contempt.

Sonneteer (v. i.) To compose sonnets.

Sonometer (n.) An instrument for testing the hearing capacity.

Sophister (n.) A sophist. See Sophist.

Sophister (n.) A student who is advanced beyond the first year of his residence.

Sophister (v. t.) To maintain by sophistry, or by a fallacious argument.

Sphincter (n.) A muscle which surrounds, and by its contraction tends to close, a natural opening; as, the sphincter of the bladder.

Sphincter (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, a sphincter; as, a sphincter muscle.

Spinnaker (n.) A large triangular sail set upon a boom, -- used when running before the wind.

Sprinkler (n.) One who sprinkles.

Sprinkler (n.) An instrument or vessel used in sprinkling; specifically, a watering pot.

Sputterer (n.) One who sputters.

Squabbler (n.) One who squabbles; a contentious person; a brawler.

Stammerer (n.) One who stammers.

Stargaser (n.) One who gazes at the stars; an astrologer; sometimes, in derision or contempt, an astronomer.

Stationer (a.) A bookseller or publisher; -- formerly so called from his occupying a stand, or station, in the market place or elsewhere.

Stationer (a.) One who sells paper, pens, quills, inkstands, pencils, blank books, and other articles used in writing.

Staymaker (n.) One whose occupation is to make stays.

Stenciler (n.) One who paints or colors in figures by means of stencil.

Stiffener (n.) One who, or that which, stiffens anything, as a piece of stiff cloth in a cravat.

Stomacher (n.) One who stomachs.

Stomacher (n.) An ornamental covering for the breast, worn originally both by men and women. Those worn by women were often richly decorated.

Stop-over (a.) Permitting one to stop over; as, a stop-over check or ticket. See To stop over, under Stop, v. i.

Straggler (n.) One who straggles, or departs from the direct or proper course, or from the company to which he belongs; one who falls behind the rest; one who rambles without any settled direction.

Straggler (n.) A roving vagabond.

Straggler (n.) Something that shoots, or spreads out, beyond the rest, or too far; an exuberant growth.

Straggler (n.) Something that stands alone or by itself.

Strangler (n.) One who, or that which, strangles.

Stretcher (n.) One who, or that which, stretches.

Stretcher (n.) A brick or stone laid with its longer dimension in the

Stretcher (n.) A piece of timber used in building.

Stretcher (n.) A narrow crosspiece of the bottom of a boat against which a rower braces his feet.

Stretcher (n.) A crosspiece placed between the sides of a boat to keep them apart when hoisted up and griped.

Stretcher (n.) A litter, or frame, for carrying disabled, wounded, or dead persons.

Stretcher (n.) An overstretching of the truth; a lie.

Stretcher (n.) One of the rods in an umbrella, attached at one end to one of the ribs, and at the other to the tube sliding upon the handle.

Stretcher (n.) An instrument for stretching boots or gloves.

Stretcher (n.) The frame upon which canvas is stretched for a painting.

Strickler (n.) See Strickle.

Struggler (n.) One who struggles.

Stupefier (n.) One who, or that which, stupefies; a stupefying agent.

Stutterer (n.) One who stutters; a stammerer.

Stylaster (n.) Any one of numerous species of delicate, usually pink, calcareous hydroid corals of the genus Stylaster.

Submitter (n.) One who submits.

Subreader (n.) An under reader in the inns of court, who reads the texts of law the reader is to discourse upon.

Subverter (n.) One who, or that which, subverts; an overthrower.

Subworker (n.) A subordinate worker or helper.

Succeeder (n.) A successor.

Suggester (n.) One who suggests.

Sunflower (n.) Any plant of the genus Helianthus; -- so called probably from the form and color of its flower, which is large disk with yellow rays. The commonly cultivated sunflower is Helianthus annuus, a native of America.

Supporter (n.) One who, or that which, supports; as, oxygen is a supporter of life.

Supporter (n.) Especially, an adherent; one who sustains, advocates, and defends; as, the supporter of a party, faction, or candidate.

Supporter (n.) A knee placed under the cathead.

Supporter (n.) A figure, sometimes of a man, but commonly of some animal, placed on either side of an escutcheon, and exterior to it. Usually, both supporters of an escutcheon are similar figures.

Supporter (n.) A broad band or truss for supporting the abdomen or some other part or organ.

Supposeer (n.) One who supposes.

Surfeiter (n.) One who surfeits.

Surpriser (n.) One who surprises.

Surrender (v. t.) To yield to the power of another; to give or deliver up possession of (anything) upon compulsion or demand; as, to surrender one's person to an enemy or to an officer; to surrender a fort or a ship.

Surrender (v. t.) To give up possession of; to yield; to resign; as, to surrender a right, privilege, or advantage.

Surrender (v. t.) To yield to any influence, emotion, passion, or power; -- used reflexively; as, to surrender one's self to grief, to despair, to indolence, or to sleep.

Surrender (v. t.) To yield; to render or deliver up; to give up; as, a principal surrendered by his bail, a fugitive from justice by a foreign state, or a particular estate by the tenant thereof to him in remainder or reversion.

Surrender (v. i.) To give up one's self into the power of another; to yield; as, the enemy, seeing no way of escape, surrendered at the first summons.

Surrender (n.) The act of surrendering; the act of yielding, or resigning one's person, or the possession of something, into the power of another; as, the surrender of a castle to an enemy; the surrender of a right.

Surrender (n.) The yielding of a particular estate to him who has an immediate estate in remainder or reversion.

Surrender (n.) The giving up of a principal into lawful custody by his bail.

Surrender (n.) The delivery up of fugitives from justice by one government to another, as by a foreign state. See Extradition.

Suspecter (n.) One who suspects.

Suspender (n.) One who, or that which, suspends; esp., one of a pair of straps or braces worn over the shoulders, for holding up the trousers.

Sustainer (n.) One who, or that which, sustains.

Swaggerer (n.) One who swaggers; a blusterer; a bully; a boastful, noisy fellow.

Swallower (n.) One who swallows; also, a glutton.

Sweetener (n.) One who, or that which, sweetens; one who palliates; that which moderates acrimony.

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Tabasheer (n.) A concretion in the joints of the bamboo, which consists largely or chiefly of pure silica. It is highly valued in the East Indies as a medicine for the cure of bilious vomitings, bloody flux, piles, and various other diseases.

Tappester (n.) A female tapster.

Targeteer (n.) One who is armed with a target or shield.

Tarnisher (n.) One who, or that which, tarnishes.

Telemeter (n.) An instrument used for measuring the distance of an object from an observer; as, a telescope with a micrometer for measuring the apparent diameter of an object whose real dimensions are known.

Tentmaker (n.) One whose occupation it is to make tents.

Testifier (n.) One who testifies; one who gives testimony, or bears witness to prove anything; a witness.

Theologer (n.) A theologian.

Theorizer (n.) One who theorizes or speculates; a theorist.

Throttler (n.) One who, or that which, throttles, or chokes.

Throttler (n.) See Flasher, 3 (b).

Throwster (n.) One who throws or twists silk; a thrower.

Thunderer (n.) One who thunders; -- used especially as a translation of L. tonans, an epithet applied by the Romans to several of their gods, esp. to Jupiter.

Tightener (n.) That which tightens; specifically (Mach.), a tightening pulley.

Toadeater (n.) A fawning, obsequious parasite; a mean sycophant; a flatterer; a toady.

Tolsester (n.) A toll or tribute of a sextary of ale, paid to the lords of some manors by their tenants, for liberty to brew and sell ale.

Tombester (n.) A female dancer.

Tonometer (n.) An instrument for determining the rate of vibrations in tones.

Tonometer (n.) An apparatus for studying and registering the action of various fluids and drugs on the excised heart of lower animals.

Tonometer (n.) An instrument for measuring tension, esp. that of the eyeball.

Tormenter (n.) One who, or that which, torments; a tormentor.

Tormenter (n.) An executioner.

Toscatter (v. t.) To scatter in pieces; to divide.

Trammeler (n.) One who uses a trammel net.

Trammeler (n.) One who, or that which, trammels or restrains.

Trapanner (n.) One who trapans, or insnares.

Traverser (n.) One who, or that which, traverses, or moves, as an index on a scale, and the like.

Traverser (n.) One who traverses, or denies.

Traverser (n.) A traverse table. See under Traverse, n.

Treatiser (n.) One who writes a treatise.

Trepanner (n.) One who trepans.

Trickster (n.) One who tricks; a deceiver; a tricker; a cheat.

Trimester (n.) A term or period of three months.

Trinketer (n.) One who trinkets.

Triumpher (n.) One who was honored with a triumph; a victor.

Triumpher (n.) One who triumphs or rejoices for victory.

Trumpeter (n.) One who sounds a trumpet.

Trumpeter (n.) One who proclaims, publishes, or denounces.

Trumpeter (n.) A variety of the domestic pigeon.

Trumpeter (n.) An American swan (Olor buccinator) which has a very loud note.

Trumpeter (n.) A large edible fish (Latris hecateia) of the family Cirrhitidae, native of Tasmania and New Zealand. It sometimes weighs as much as fifty or sixty pounds, and is highly esteemed as a food fish.

Unbosomer (n.) One who unbosoms, or discloses.

Underdoer (n.) One who underdoes; a shirk.

Underpeer (v. t.) To peer under.

Unfeather (v. t.) To deprive of feathers; to strip.

Unriddler (n.) One who unriddles.

Unshutter (v. t.) To open or remove the shutters of.

Untempter (n.) One who does not tempt, or is not a tempter.

Unthinker (n.) A person who does not think, or does not think wisely.

Untrusser (n.) One who untrussed persons for the purpose of flogging them; a public whipper.

Upholster (v. t.) To furnish (rooms, carriages, bedsteads, chairs, etc.) with hangings, coverings, cushions, etc.; to adorn with furnishings in cloth, velvet, silk, etc.; as, to upholster a couch; to upholster a room with curtains.

Upholster (n.) A broker.

Upholster (n.) An upholsterer.

Upspurner (n.) A spurner or contemner; a despiser; a scoffer.

Upthunder (v. i.) To send up a noise like thunder.

Ureameter (n.) An apparatus for the determination of the amount of urea in urine, in which the nitrogen evolved by the action of certain reagents, on a given volume of urine, is collected and measured, and the urea calculated accordingly.

Vaporizer (n.) One who, or that which, vaporizes, or converts into vapor.

Varnisher (n.) One who varnishes; one whose occupation is to varnish.

Varnisher (n.) One who disguises or palliates; one who gives a fair external appearance.

Versifier (n.) One who versifies, or makes verses; as, not every versifier is a poet.

Versifier (n.) One who converts into verse; one who expresses in verse the ideas of another written in prose; as, Dr. Watts was a versifier of the Psalms.

Victualer (n.) One who furnishes victuals.

Victualer (n.) One who keeps a house of entertainment; a tavern keeper; an innkeeper.

Victualer (n.) A vessel employed to carry provisions, usually for military or naval use; a provision use; a provision ship.

Victualer (n.) One who deals in grain; a corn factor.

Vinometer (n.) An instrument for determining the strength or purity of wine by measuring its density.

Voltmeter (n.) An instrument for measuring in volts the differences of potential between different points of an electrical circuit.

Volumeter (n.) An instrument for measuring the volumes of gases or liquids by introducing them into a vessel of known capacity.

Volunteer (a.) One who enters into, or offers for, any service of his own free will.

Volunteer (a.) One who enters into service voluntarily, but who, when in service, is subject to discip

Volunteer (a.) A grantee in a voluntary conveyance; one to whom a conveyance is made without valuable consideration; a party, other than a wife or child of the grantor, to whom, or for whose benefit, a voluntary conveyance is made.

Volunteer (a.) Of or pertaining to a volunteer or volunteers; consisting of volunteers; voluntary; as, volunteer companies; volunteer advice.

Volunteer (v. t.) To offer or bestow voluntarily, or without solicitation or compulsion; as, to volunteer one's services.

Volunteer (v. i.) To enter into, or offer for, any service of one's own free will, without solicitation or compulsion; as, he volunteered in that undertaking.

Wadsetter (n.) One who holds by a wadset.

Walk-over (n.) In racing, the going over a course by a horse which has no competitor for the prize; hence, colloquially, a one-sided contest; an uncontested, or an easy, victory.

Walleteer (n.) One who carries a wallet; a foot traveler; a tramping beggar.

Warmonger (n.) One who makes ar a trade or business; a mercenary.

Warranter (n.) One who warrants, gives authority, or legally empowers.

Warranter (n.) One who assures, or covenants to assure; one who contracts to secure another in a right, or to make good any defect of title or quality; one who gives a warranty; a guarantor; as, the warranter of a horse.

Wassailer (n.) One who drinks wassail; one who engages in festivity, especially in drinking; a reveler.

Wattmeter (n.) An instrument for measuring power in watts, -- much used in measuring the energy of an electric current.

Waxworker (n.) One who works in wax; one who makes waxwork.

Waxworker (n.) A bee that makes or produces wax.

Westerner (n.) A native or inhabitant of the west.

Whichever (pron. & a.) Alt. of Whichsoever

Whimperer (n.) One who whimpers.

Whisperer (n.) One who whispers.

Whisperer (n.) A tattler; one who tells secrets; a conveyer of intelligence secretly; hence; a backbiter; one who slanders secretly.

Whitester (n.) A bleacher of

Whosoever (pron.) Whatsoever person; any person whatever that; whoever.

Windhover (n.) The kestrel; -- called also windbibber, windcuffer, windfanner.

Witnesser (n.) One who witness.

Woodnewer (n.) A woodpecker.

Worshiper (n.) One who worships; one who pays divine honors to any being or thing; one who adores.

Wrongdoer (n.) One who injures another, or who does wrong.

Wrongdoer (n.) One who commits a tort or trespass; a trespasser; a tort feasor.

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Mark McCracken

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