Definitions

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  • n. One who, or that which, interfaces.

Etymologies

interface +‎ -er (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • It has the advantage of being politically incorrect in that nobody not officially licensed as a wildlife interfacer between pubic and nature is allowed to care for animals any longer.

    "The hospital now desperately needs volunteers to help with some of the orphans."

  • Soliwik gestured toward the interfacer, now resting quietly on the medical pallet.

    A Call to Arms

  • "On one hand we have the testimony of the interfacer," he said to his Seconds,

    A Call to Arms

  • The interfacer added something in rapid-fire Hivistahm.

    A Call to Arms

  • The Hivistahm looked on worriedly as her colleagues worked on the unconscious interfacer.

    A Call to Arms

  • Caldaq jumped as the interfacer lashed out with her left arm, sending teeth and blood spraying from the technician's face.

    A Call to Arms

  • Too great, if an injured interfacer was to be believed.

    A Call to Arms

  • "It indicates to me that the native did not intend to harm the interfacer."

    A Call to Arms

  • It was a good deal later when Chief-of-Medicine reluctantly allowed the injured interfacer to be interviewed.

    A Call to Arms

  • Others attempted to restrain the interfacer, who was hissing violently as she continued to strike out in all directions.

    A Call to Arms

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