from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who furthers or helps to advance; a promoter.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who furthers. or helps to advance; a promoter.
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- noun One who
furtherssomething, or helps in achieving an aim.
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Batman decides to investigate the matter furtherer and there he has his first meet with the cat burglar.
The impropriety of a relation or a friend as a subscriber to or a furtherer of an object of national feeling, of a national tribute, I feel so strongly, that I am afraid thousands of others will feel the same.
All of the heavy rain is now pushed furtherer to the east but we still have a severe thunderstorm watch in effect for the Dallas area and also to the east where that squall line is so heavy.
And that, furtherer, those Canadian politicians are in a minority government whose opposition has not yet chosen their leader.
Maiesties Requests, your honours assured trusty friend, a great and painfull furtherer of learning, whom I, and many other for diuers respects ought to reuerence: who remembring that I had bene at
Isaac, as not to make him, who was the instrument, a willing furtherer of his design.
And as for Kenred, he was a prince of great vertue, deuout towards God, a furtherer of the commonwealth of his countrie, and passed his life in great sinceritie of maners.
Aldhelme was a great furtherer vnto king Inas in the building of
"Well, good Lord, Ted, we've been engaged eight months already and we aren't getting any furtherer --"
You're not much furtherer than where Kike left you.