- bless + -er (Wiktionary)
“The principle that the blesser is superior to him whom he blesses, holds good only in a blessing given with divine authority; not merely a prayerful wish, but one that is divinely efficient in working its purport, as that of the patriarchs on their children: so Christ's blessing, Lu 24: 51; Ac 3: 26. 8.”
“The story is told from two people; the grandmother who is a "blesser" and her granddaughter who wanted to ignore her gift.”
“The decommissioning of Saint Christopher was a blow from which my mother, an avid medal blesser, never recovered.”
“Il reste la plupart du temps seul afin de ne pas blesser ses amis et surtout sa soeur a qui il est tres attaché. il a fini par rejoindre le clan de Raven.”
“Then Christianity, joined with the state, forgot its earlier attitudes, bowed to the necessities of imperial action, became sponsor for war, blesser of war, cause of war, fighter of war.”
“A blesser have I become and a Yea – sayer: and therefore strove I long and was a striver, that I might one day get my hands free for blessing.”
“I, however, am a blesser and a Yea – sayer, if thou be but around me, thou pure, thou luminous heaven!”
“_Oui, oui, oui_, toomball, toomball down de -- down de _roches -- roches_, pauvre demoiselle! did she se blesser?”
“I should feel that not a Home would be desolated; not a woman would become less a lover and blesser of Home.”
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“And he became the blesser and enricher of all the nations of the earth.”
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