Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who awards or assigns as of right; a judge, arbitrator, or umpire.
- n. One who awards, or assigns by sentence or judicial determination; a judge, arbitrator or umpire.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who awards, or assigns by sentence or judicial determination; a judge.
“Do you sign up and pay for the chance to get an award when you know in your heart you won't win and that it's a serious moneymaker for the awarder?”
“But for the life of me, I can't find the provider the awarder of this distinction.”
“Improbable Research - What's New is the blog of the Annals of Improbable Research, awarder of the annual IgNobel Prize.”
“And during the campaign we had to listen to the not so Swift boaters challenging Kerry who did put his ass on the line unlike the awarder of these Medals of Freedom.”
“Prize, the Norwegian Storting quickly accepted its role as awarder of the Nobel Peace Prize.”
“The conclusion, however, is that there is no evidence that the prize-awarder has favored citizens of its own country.”
“Although the discussion of what is physiology and what is medicine is likely to continue indefinitely, it is clear that the prize awarder has, on several occasions, applied a broad definition.”
“Each table constitutes a mess, and there are prizes for the cleanest and best-arranged mess; so they arrange their knives, forks, and spoons in a design calculated to catch the prize-awarder's eye.”
“The man who has the instinct for comradeship will “bring home hearts by dozens” when the virtuous and well-balanced awarder of the good-conduct prizes in life's school will leave his fellows cold.”
“The man who has the instinct for comradeship will "bring home hearts by dozens" when the virtuous and well-balanced awarder of the good-conduct prizes in life's school will leave his fellows cold.”
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