Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who abstracts or takes away.
  • noun One who makes an abstract or summary.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who abstracts, or makes an abstract.

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  • noun Someone that finds and summarizes information for legal or insurance work.
  • noun An accounting clerk who records payroll deductions.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun one who makes abstracts or summarizes information

Etymologies

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abstract +‎ -er

Examples

  • Cindi Graf, a title abstracter from Lyme who supported Republican Lynn Wheeler in her unsuccessful bid to oust Grafton County Register of Deeds Bill Sharp - another beneficiary of the college vote - said it was regrettable that students didn't do more to learn about the local issues and candidates if they vote in such elections.

    Free State Project - Liberty in Our Lifetime

  • It came from the abstracter facts of the man, from what he had endured and survived, which was far beyond that of ordinary men.

    Chapter 1

  • Yet we must always beware of reading into such abstracter groups that purely formal, relational feeling that we can hardly help associating with certain of the abstracter concepts which, with us, fall in group III, unless, indeed, there is clear evidence to warrant such a reading in.

    Chapter 5. Form in Language: Grammatical Concepts

  • Hence, while Nootka recognizes a cleavage between concrete and less concrete within group II, the less concrete do not transcend the group and lead us into that abstracter air into which our plural - s carries us.

    Chapter 5. Form in Language: Grammatical Concepts

  • A language that runs to synthesis of this loose-jointed sort may be looked upon as an example of the ideal agglutinative type, particularly if the concepts expressed by the agglutinated elements are relational or, at the least, belong to the abstracter class of derivational ideas.

    Chapter 6. Types of Linguistic Structure

  • It came from the abstracter facts of the man, from what he had endured and survived, which was far beyond that of ordinary men.

    Chapter I

  • Let me now pass from these abstracter statements to some more concrete accounts of experience with the mind-cure religion.

    The Varieties of Religious Experience

  • Let me now pass from these abstracter statements to some more concrete accounts of experience with the mind-cure religion.

    Varieties of Religious Experience, a Study in Human Nature

  • I have never heard him accused of nest-robbing, and I shall not make the charge; for I am convinced that the chat had deserted the nest, and that this abstracter of eggs knew it, and simply took the good things the gods threw in his way -- as would the best of us.

    A Bird-Lover in the West

  • Der christliche Glaube geht nicht von der Anerkennung abstracter

    Lectures on Modern history

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