from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who furthers something, or helps in achieving an aim.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who furthers. or helps to advance; a promoter.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who furthers or helps to advance; a promoter.
Batman decides to investigate the matter furtherer and there he has his first meet with the cat burglar.
The impropriety of a relation or a friend as a subscriber to or a furtherer of an object of national feeling, of a national tribute, I feel so strongly, that I am afraid thousands of others will feel the same.
All of the heavy rain is now pushed furtherer to the east but we still have a severe thunderstorm watch in effect for the Dallas area and also to the east where that squall line is so heavy.
And that, furtherer, those Canadian politicians are in a minority government whose opposition has not yet chosen their leader.
Maiesties Requests, your honours assured trusty friend, a great and painfull furtherer of learning, whom I, and many other for diuers respects ought to reuerence: who remembring that I had bene at
Isaac, as not to make him, who was the instrument, a willing furtherer of his design.
Aldhelme was a great furtherer vnto king Inas in the building of
And as for Kenred, he was a prince of great vertue, deuout towards God, a furtherer of the commonwealth of his countrie, and passed his life in great sinceritie of maners.
"Well, good Lord, Ted, we've been engaged eight months already and we aren't getting any furtherer --"
You're not much furtherer than where Kike left you.
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