Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who affixes labels to anything.

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

  • noun One who labels.

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

  • noun A person or device that produces or affixes labels.

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

label +‎ -er

Examples

  • After comparing my own views to what more "mainstream" types consider stylish and "pro-reform," I think I've figured out where I-- and a lot of my friends and allies -- crossed the line into "radicalism" (or "laggardism," depending on the particular moment at which your labeler is speaking).

    Sabrina Stevens Shupe: Sane is the new Radical

  • After comparing my own views to what more "mainstream" types consider stylish and "pro-reform," I think I've figured out where I-- and a lot of my friends and allies -- crossed the line into "radicalism" (or "laggardism," depending on the particular moment at which your labeler is speaking).

    Sabrina Stevens Shupe: Sane is the new Radical

  • Hypocrisy brucie hypocrisy, now be a good boy and go back and read your little post and then tell me if you can find your hypocrisy. hint - calling somebody a wanker (on my feelings, sniff being called a labeler, gasp!

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  • But I can tell you my default printer was the 3rd one down the list, and it was the DYMO labeler which is wrong, wrong, wrong!

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  • And that's my labeler, which I figure is at least 5 times cheaper than the tape-label machines, going by the price of the refills.

    Mi Labeler, let me show you it

  • In addition, the labs must put procedures in place that ensure the CPSC is notified immediately of any attempt by the manufacturer, private labeler, or other interested party to hide or exert influence over test results and to ensure that any allegations of undue influence may be reported confidentially to the agency.

    Safe by definition? Firewalled lab

  • In addition, the labs must put procedures in place that ensure the CPSC is notified immediately of any attempt by the manufacturer, private labeler, or other interested party to hide or exert influence over test results and to ensure that any allegations of undue influence may be reported confidentially to the agency.

    Safe by definition? Firewalled lab

  • Whether you use a fancy pants labeler or marker on masking tape, label every single box, bag, and doodad in sight, especially cables for your computer and entertainment centre.

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  • From an office supply store she purchased a labeler and went to town.

    To-die-for

  • First, to whatever extent a therapist believes in the validity of diagnostic labels like "bipolar," one thing is clear: Labels exist for the convenience of the labeler.

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