dispenser[ dih-spen-ser ]SEE DEFINITION OF dispenser
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISPENSER
Such a contingency as this had never been foreseen by that dispenser of proverbs.
You are the dispenser of the King's high justice in this province.
I called to the Bengali dispenser, and hastened away from the room.
He seems to have been not only the dispenser of the money, but the captain of the men.
“Apply to the dispenser of the hospital,” continued his wife.
In short, he acted as an alarmist, not as a dispenser of justice.
The individualization is due to the recipient and not to the dispenser.
The variety of these drinks is limited only by the ingenuity of the dispenser.
She is preacher, prophet, and dispenser of amiability, all in one.
The dispenser had not dared to say what he had done, lest I should be angry.