changer[ cheyn-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF changer
Synonyms for changer
Antonyms for changer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHANGER
The change may be a disgrace for the changer and not for the changed one.
You sang of them and were the slave of them, but I was the maker of them and the changer of them.
The change is often made, not because the changer has gone upward, but because he has gone downward, has deteriorated.
Ledit Lieutenant Criminel luy ayant dit qu'il luy vouloit faire raire ou razer le poil & changer d'habits: afin qu'il dict verité.
The technical term for anything new is "bida't," and of it, it is said: "Bida't is the changer of Sunnat."
It requires another head than mine to veer round so often (changer si souvent de systame).
The changer of the hive should be made perfectly tight, so as to exclude all light from the drawers.
Every pickpocket who exceeded or fell short of the human average was ill at his ease in the Changer's costumes.
Hence adaptations which were sometimes difficult and from which the Changer's clients extricated themselves as best they might.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild was not only a lender and changer of money, but he was also a student of coins.