- n. One who, or that which, sends an email.
- email + -er (Wiktionary)
“In that sense, the emailer is probably right â it isnât 100%, wholly, totally inarguable (although I do disagree).”
“Similarly, if you get an email from some helpful soul whose dearest wish is to get your stimulus check deposited as quickly as possible into your bank account so no scam artist can get his hands on it, remember: the emailer is the scam artist.”
“I’m seeing a lot of commenters call the emailer “foolish” “ignorant” and “intemperate” simply for stating that she’s open to evidence one way or another.”
“The emailer chose to quit; and EconLog was the better for it.”
“I told the emailer that he was free to choose his own venue for commenting, free to ignore the commenter about whom he was complaining, and free to clarify his argument to address that commenter.”
“I've been asked once in email to ban a commenter for not toeing a libertarian line and for not understanding the arguments made by my emailer.”
“Now the argument is ... well, just like my emailer said: A homosexual struggling against the temptation to act homosexual is no different from anyone else struggling to resist a sinful temptation.”
“Via emailer Moazzam-Doulat, BBC has an interactive version.”
“An emailer, Laleh, writes in with some information from a friend in Tehran.”
“But, an informed emailer writes, Iranians who work even one hour each week are considered "employed," so the true figure is higher.”
Looking for tweets for emailer.