Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who stirs; especially, one who is active or bustling.
- n. One who stirs or agitates anything, as a liquid, with the hand or an implement for stirring.
- n. An implement or a machine used for stirring a liquid or the like.
- n. One who incites or instigates; an instigator: often with up: as, a stirrer up of contention.
- n. A device used to stir.
- n. A person who stirs something.
- n. slang A person who spreads rumours or causes agitation.
- n. One who stirs or moves about, as after sleep.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who, or that which, stirs something; also, one who moves about, especially after sleep.
- n. a person who spreads frightening rumors and stirs up trouble
- n. an implement used for stirring
“They want this college grad to follow in their dad's footsteps and work as a "stirrer" for Honex, where all the bees in New Hive City have worked for millions of years, without a single day's vacation.”
“Inside the inner kettle is a "stirrer," a revolving arm attached at right angles to a vertical shaft.”
“The apples should be put on to cook as early in the morning as possible and cooked slowly over not too hot a fire, being stirred constantly with a long-handled "stirrer" with small perforated piece of wood on one end.”
“And even today nobody, besides that TOI piece that happens to have a number of other movies perhaps critically acclaimed but hardly a s "stirrer" of any kind in its era.”
“To overcome this, Mr. Muntner inserts a thin straw — a hollow coffee-stirrer works well — into the hole.”
“By Darkman, February 17, 2010 @ 11: 28 am wanna be a professional shit-stirrer and this is the blowback ..”
“Ma and Grace and Mary Catherine like to think Tessa is the Chief Trouble Maker, but Tessa sees Pa knows: Yllis is a pot stirrer.”
“Nasim tapped a plastic stirrer against the tabletop.”
“Yummy leaned over toward me with the stirrer from her drink still between the lips of her peach-glossed mouth.”
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