American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Dyer, Mary Died 1660. English-born American Quaker martyr who was twice banished from Boston because of her beliefs. She was hanged after returning to the city a second time.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One whose occupation is to dye cloth, skins, feathers, etc.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One whose occupation is to dye cloth and the like.
- n. someone whose job is to dye cloth
“Dyer is very funny, in both senses - sort of like a post-modern Kingsley Amis.”
“Geoff Dyer is the author of three previous novels, and five nonfiction books, including But Beautiful, which was awarded the Somerset Maugham Prize, and Out of Sheer Rage, which was a National Book Critics Circle Award finalist.”
“For all his wit and cleverness, Dyer is unflinching in conveying the empty lives of his contemporaries, and in doing so he's written a work of exceptional resonance.”
“The sprint coach Iain Dyer said that in one key area, the women's team sprint, a big step forward may have been seen.”
“-- RB Michael Dyer, Little Rock, Ark. -- Dyer is another five-star player Auburn sees as able to contribute immediately.”
“Both Mr. White and Jones Lang LaSalle Chief Executive Colin Dyer said they saw rental rates bottoming in major cities around the world.”
“But Dyer is his own best subject, and he knows it.”
“Furthermore: Dyer is the author of three novels and several books that his publisher aptly calls “genre-defying.””
“Micajah Clark Dyer, commonly known as Clark Dyer, is my 4th Great Grandfather.”
“The AP will not tell you that Orlandoâ€ ™ s Mayor Buddy Dyer is a Democrat, but Scared Monkeys will.”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
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