from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who peruses; one who reads or examines.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who peruses.
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- noun One who
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In the links you will see that I come out as a peruser of craft.
Published to coincide with Columbus's rather sour quincentenary, The Discovery of America, a handsomely produced album of over two hundred works by Saul Steinberg, made a rather melancholy impression upon this peruser, the causes of which I will try to discover.
As a recent reader of your blog, I find it hard to know about you--although the hidden story of Ann is in these many blogs and vlogs, it would appear to the casual peruser that you have a son featured in the cafe pictures, moved from trendy and cool, Money magazine top residential area Madison to NYC some 1.5-2 years ago, and enjoy your professorial endeavors.
Prelatist, is desirous that his predecessors should be held moderate in their power, and just in their execution of its privileges, when truly, the unimpassioned peruser of the annals of those times shall deem them sanguinary, violent, and tyrannical.
Comments (6) yo nate: hey, first time commentor, long time peruser.
If you're a frequent user, abuser, and sometime peruser of my innermost psychotic bloodthirst here, you may have noticed that the last couple of weeks have been a little sparse.
Believe the Bible or don't, but any intelligent peruser of the Book should note quickly that God rarely does anything.
As an occasional peruser of your scathing criticisms of the criminal justice system in this country; I feel it is about time that the other side of the story is brought to the attention of your readers.
What an abbreviator and clawer off of lawsuits, reconciler of differences, examiner and fumbler of bags, peruser of bills, scribbler of rough drafts, and engrosser of deeds would he not make!
Certainly Ahlitah, despite his exceptional if acerbic linguistic talents, was no peruser of books and scrolls.