Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who gives thanks; a giver of thanks.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • I am suggesting that the focus be on the thanker revealing natural human shortcomings and deficiencies.

    Rabbi Avi Weiss: Offering Thanks: Reflections On 25 Years Of A Gift of Life

  • He is a very liberal thanker, with his thousands and tens of thousands. — ‘Happier than I deserve.’

    Emma

  • -- He is a very liberal thanker, with his thousands and tens of thousands.

    Emma

  • The girls took the meal round the paddocks, this time with Bob to carry the steaming billies of tea; it gave him a chance to thank his helpers, when it was difficult to say whether the thanker or the thanked were the more embarrassed.

    Back to Billabong

  • He is a very liberal thanker, with his thousands and tens of thousands.

    Emma

  • Then again, those who do take offense may be picking up on subtle nuances of the thanker-thankee relationship.

    Boston Globe -- Ideas section

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