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- n. One who offers.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who offers; esp., one who offers something to God in worship.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who offers, in any sense of that word, or presents for acceptance; one who sacrifices or dedicates in worship; one who offers a proposal, or makes a bid or tender.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection
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a seal of divine forgiveness, that the offerer is supposed, all at once, to remember that some brother has a just cause of complaint against him through breach of this commandment in one or other of the ways just indicated.
Your thought processes, though, are so narrowed and directed along the lines of distrust and borderline paranoia that when offered an alternative view that doesn't involve sedition, intrigue, and nebulus entities, your first reaction is to label the offerer as something they aren't.
This is no doubt the reason why in the Jehovistic legislation tithe and first fruits are not both demanded, but only a gift of the first and best of corn, wine, and oil, left to the free discretion of the offerer, which is conjoined with the firstling of cattle and sheep
If the offerer were the high priest, the captain said, “My Lord, High Priest, offer the incense.”
It is obvious, from the varying scale of these voluntary sacrifices, that the disposition of the offerer was the thing looked to -- not the costliness of his offering.
I will offerer my guidance upon request because I consider my self a pie-getting veteran.
As greeter and "hand sanitizer offerer," I had the pleasure of welcoming our guests, of smiling at them, and I had the chance to look each one in the eye and to think about what sometimes seems a dramatic clichÃ©: "every face has a story."
As greeter and "hand sanitizer offerer," I had the pleasure of welcoming our guests, of smiling at them, and I had the chance to look each one in the eye and to think about what sometimes seems a dramatic cliché: "every face has a story."
"We have sought and received confirmation from the offerer that the proposal for privatization remains unaffected by the decision of the company to amend and restate its previously reported accounts," Hutchison Telecom Chairman Canning Fok said in a statement.
Yay Jack, yes goggie iz sirtanely a gud lissner, adn offerer of sylent advyce – offen teh best kynd!