Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A machine used in quarrying for cutting grooves or channels in the rock.

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  • noun parapsychology A person who engages in channeling

Etymologies

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channel +‎ -er

Examples

  • I guess it just goes to show that you cant keep a good rare lesbian paladin channeler down .... or something.

    a trip down memory lane

  • Marble is cut out in somewhat the same way as granite, but a valuable machine called a "channeler" is much used.

    Diggers in the Earth

  • The rumour is believed to have been started by "channeler" Blossom Goodchild, who claimed to have received a psychic tip-off.

    theRPGSite

  • The rumour is believed to have been started by "channeler" Blossom Goodchild, who claimed to have received a psychic tip-off.

    Truth v. The Machine

  • "channeler" but it was MY crystal ball who told me QUIT THAT PIG PEN because I have been uncomfortable for a LONG time.

    Under The Holly Tree

  • It's the bit about the channeler (which I did not link to when it was first published, ok, b/c i knew somebody reading my lj would have a stroke) that sent me over the edge. eta: statement from Arvol Looking Horse: Concerning the deaths in Sedona.

    dont read this if you need to keep your pressure down.

  • She is an 'anger channeler' for lack of a better label.

    Gingrich says Palin 'tremendously important'

  • Hemon is a maestro, a conjurer, a channeler of universes ...

    The Question of Bruno by Aleksandar Hemon: Book summary

  • She was walking forward too, slowly and deliberately, but quarrels were another known quantity, and posed no real danger to a channeler.

    Trial of Seven

  • It appears, though, that his reading comprehension was apparently lacking, because Toth replies in the comments: As the author-channeler of Ms. Mentor, I do bristle at the characterization of her fashion advice as merely “frumpy, old farty, not poufy.”

    Female Academics Should Emulate Old Farts?

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