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- n. Alternative form of erector. (one who raises or builds)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An erector; one who raises or builds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which erects; specifically, one who raises or builds.
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The 'erecter' group is always ready to give his/her life for his/her 'leader'.
As erecter of truth and confirmer of the faith, as propounder of dogmas, harmonist of piety, abode of purity, select receptacle, the sweet smell of the Spirit, the great treasury of doctrines and the foundation of the church of Christ - we know thee, O God inspired (mentioned by name), sacred father.
His countenance had a brighter aspect than usual, and his head an erecter carriage.
William Peveril obtained a liberal grant of property and lordships in Derbyshire, and became the erecter of that
William Peveril obtained a liberal grant of property and lordships in Derbyshire, and became the erecter of that Gothic fortress, which, hanging over the mouth of the Devil’s Cavern, so well known to tourists, gives the name of Castleton to the adjacent village.