Definitions

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  • noun One who reframes.

Etymologies

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reframe +‎ -er

Examples

  • He was the reframer of conventional wisdom and religiosity in his day and the effects of his penetrating approach is still being felt to this day.

    Re-inventing the Adventist Wheel

  • He was the reframer of conventional wisdom and religiosity in his day and the effects of his penetrating approach is still being felt to this day.

    Re-inventing the Adventist Wheel

  • Tradition is, no matter how much of a reframer or deconstructionist you want to be, an empirically important element in the handing-down of Judaism.

    A Simple Jew

  • There’s no movement in the political situation from that pseudo-reframing, just a move in the perception of the reframer ”I can get them to agree with me by deluding myself about what I’m asking them!”

    Three quick steps to being pissed off by the Democrats

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