from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One who, or that which, replies.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who replies.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who replies or answers; one who makes a reply; specifically, in school disputations, one who makes a return to an answer; a respondent.
Your point is very accurate so instead of being a negative blog replier like MOST PEOPLE I am going to have to give you a 100% thumbs up on this.
Hello David, long-time ranter, first-time replier (to you).
As the final replier, it seems to me that Clinton followed the wrong lead there.
As the first replier said, just plain laughable! dominika 8:19 pm on November 5, 2008 | # | Reply this is awful, and trivializing Burma
This was not very efficient; in fact, especially in the days leading up to the conference, it was quite time-consuming for both asker and replier.
That's the trouble with replies: they are always convincing to the replier.
Two qualifications were necessary -- the replier must be able to read Latin, and to write it after a manner which should escape the ridicule of the scholars of
Unless the replier has the vigour of Swift, or at least of Bentley, the adroitness in fence of
Dear Miss H. -- I am forced to be the replier to your Letter, for Mary has been ill and gone from home these five weeks yesterday.
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