Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who amasses or accumulates.

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

  • noun One who amasses.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun One who amasses.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

to amass + -er.

Examples

  • The First Amendment was designed to prevent a government from restricting speech in such amasser.

    Lean Left » Blog Archive » Ending the First Amendment Through the Classification Process

  • The pitiless amasser of wealth, Turcaret, is himself the dupe of a coquette, who in her turn is the victim of a more contemptible swindler.

    A History of French Literature Short Histories of the Literatures of the World: II.

  • Is a Sith a lithe quick fighter who uses the Force to enhance his/her physical combat prowess, a calculating deceiver adept at Lightsaber duels, or a master manipulator and amasser of dark side secrets? ...

    Eurogamer

  • Is a Sith a lithe quick fighter who uses the Force to enhance his/her physical combat prowess, a calculating deceiver adept at Lightsaber duels, or a master manipulator and amasser of dark side secrets? ...

    Eurogamer

  • We had to doublecheck to make sure the Ethiopian amasser (we made that word up) of world bests didn't already have this one.

    Runner's World: Daily News

  • Le criminel fut contraint amasser un tas de bois, autour d 'un posteau, fich6 au milieu d' une grande place, auquel puis apres on le lie, d 'une chesne portant un peu outre Je bois.

    Illustrations of Sterne: With Other Essays and Verses

  • Le criminel fut contraint amasser un tas de hois, autour d 'un posteau, fich6 au milieu d' une grande place, auquel puis apres on le lie, d 'une chesne portant un peu outre le bois.

    Illustrations of Sterne, with other essays and verses

  • He read Talmudic tales of Sulieman-ben-Daoud -- even in name transfigured out of any resemblance to an amasser of reliable axioms -- that proud luxurious despot "who went daily to the comeliest of the spirits for wisdom"; and of Arthur and the Lady Nimuë; and of Thomas of Ercildoune, whom the Queen of Faëry drew from the merchants 'market-place with ambiguous kindnesses; and of John Faustus, who "through fantasies and deep cogitations" was enabled to woo successfully a woman that died long before his birth, and so won to his love, as the book recorded,

    The Cream of the Jest: A Comedy of Evasions

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