Definitions

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. A teller of stories; a historian.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A relater of stories; an historian.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A relater of stories; a story-teller; a historian.

Etymologies

story +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I wouldn't even begin to think of myself as a "re-storier" in that sense.

    An Emissary of the Between-World

  • Do you see yourself as a "re-storier" for the Ojibwe — a reclaimer of narratives that were never written down or were drowned out by what was taught in school about Native Americans?

    An Emissary of the Between-World

  • "Oh! so is every story, according to the storier."

    Vivian Grey

  • They listened to the tales of the Arabian storier, at once enchanted and enchanting, or melted to the strain of the Persian poet, as he painted the moon-lit forehead of his heroine, and the wasting and shadowy form of his love-sick hero; they beheld with amazement the feats of the juggler of the Ganges, or giggled at the practised wit and the practical buffoonery of the Syrian mime.

    Chapter 8 - Part VIII

  • Long through the night the sounds of music and the shouts of laughter were heard on the banks of that starry river; long through the night you might have listened with enchantment to the wild tales of the storier, or gazed with fascination on the wilder gestures of the dancing girls. 20

    Chapter 1 - Part V

  • The narrow winding streets, crowded with a population breathing the now sufferable air, the illuminated coffee-houses, the groups of gay yet sober revellers, the music, and the dancing, and the animated recitals of the poet and the storier, all combine to invest the starry hours with a beguiling and even fascinating character of enjoyment and adventure.

    Chapter 3 - Part IX

  • Long through the night the sounds of music and the shouts of laughter were heard on the banks of that starry river; long through the night you might have listened with enchantment to the wild tales of the storier, or gazed with fascination on the wilder gestures of the dancing girls. [

    Alroy The Prince Of The Captivity

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