Definitions

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  • n. One who sighs.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who sighs.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who sighs.

Etymologies

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sigh +‎ -er

Examples

  • He was a great sigher, had different sighs for different occasions.

    Dog on It

  • Sigh, sigh and sigh again until my sigher is totally sore.

    what the HELL?!!???

  • Hope for the best -- that you and she mayn't quarrel, and that she mayn't prove a sigher.

    Macleod of Dare

  • She is adorned with the most graceful modesty that ever beautified youth; the softest sigher — that, if she were capable of love, one would swear she languished for some absent happy man; and so retired as if she feared a rape even from the god of day, or that the breezes would steal kisses from her delicate mouth.

    Oroonoko

  • Oh heavens! to have my _Sylvia_ in my power, favoured by silence, night and safe retreat! then, then, to lie a tame cold sigher only, as if my

    Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister

  • Bella (Kristen Stewart, the No. 1-ranked lip biter/melodramatic sigher in Hollywood) still treats her friends and father like garbage because she's so fixated on thousand-yard-stare-factory douchevamp Edward (Robert Pattinson), who abandons her early on after an ugly incident at his family's house.

    The Clog

  • Audio files get large, and the wait can get long if you process or convert them with a slow CPU, don't be fooled into thinking that a powerful CPU isn't needed. posted on Fri Nov 20, 2009 6: 05 pm sigher wrote: Audio files get large, and the wait can get long if you process or convert them with a slow CPU, don't be fooled into thinking that a powerful CPU isn't needed.

    The Tech Report: News

  • The process of disenchantment is one of the saddest and one of the commonest things in life; whether the cause of it be the golden youth who, apparently a very Bayard before marriage, after marriage gradually reveals himself to be hopelessly selfish, or develops a craving for brandy, or becomes merely brutal and ill-tempered; or whether it is the creature of all angelic gifts and graces who, after her marriage, destroys the romance of domestic life by her slatternly ways, or sinks into the condition of a confirmed sigher, or in time discovers to her husband that he has married a woman comprising in herself, to use the

    The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols

  • 4.94.8: Not euery sigh dothe surely shewe the sigher not to fayne:

    "Songes and Sonettes written by the ryght honorable Lorde Henry Haward late Earle of Surrey, and other"

  • He adds, indeed, a contemptuous touch to the above, which he was great enough to have spared: "I have been no sigher in shades -- no writer of

    The Upton Letters

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