Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A machine used in quarrying for cutting grooves or channels in the rock.
- n. parapsychology A person who engages in channeling
- channel + -er (Wiktionary)
“I guess it just goes to show that you cant keep a good rare lesbian paladin channeler down .... or something.”
“Marble is cut out in somewhat the same way as granite, but a valuable machine called a "channeler" is much used.”
“The rumour is believed to have been started by "channeler" Blossom Goodchild, who claimed to have received a psychic tip-off.”
“channeler" but it was MY crystal ball who told me QUIT THAT PIG PEN because I have been uncomfortable for a LONG time.”
“Hemon is a maestro, a conjurer, a channeler of universes ...”
“She was walking forward too, slowly and deliberately, but quarrels were another known quantity, and posed no real danger to a channeler.”
“It's the bit about the channeler (which I did not link to when it was first published, ok, b/c i knew somebody reading my lj would have a stroke) that sent me over the edge. eta: statement from Arvol Looking Horse: Concerning the deaths in Sedona.”
“She is an 'anger channeler' for lack of a better label.”
“It appears, though, that his reading comprehension was apparently lacking, because Toth replies in the comments: As the author-channeler of Ms. Mentor, I do bristle at the characterization of her fashion advice as merely “frumpy, old farty, not poufy.””
“Incidentally, Lobaczewski is the guru of the extremely daffy Cassiopeia sect, run by channeler of non-human entities Laura Knight-Jadczyk.”
Looking for tweets for channeler.