bearer[ bair-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF bearer
Synonyms for bearer
- beast of burden
Antonyms for bearer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BEARER
The bearer, if suspected and examined, is to produce that as the only one he carries.
"I am the bearer of bad news, gentlemen," he said, addressing them both.
Some victories are only to be won with arms that hurt the bearer.
I immediately determined to follow the bearer of this letter.
The bearer of this gift is entitled to claim any boon from Isabella.
Elkanah Watson was also a bearer of despatches to Dr. Franklin.
The general impression was that he was the bearer of news of peace.
Might he not be the bearer of important and good news from the homeland?
I told him to make the check payable to 'Bearer,' as 'twas quicker to write than 'Solomon.'
Them checks was payable to "Bearer," you remember, so I give 'em to him.
Old English -berere (in water-berere), agent noun from bear (v.). Meaning "one who helps carry a corpse to the grave" is from 1630s.