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She says very little in the way of thanks, except to the Giver of all good.

Her heart ascended on a wave of thanks to the giver of song.

She was not a conqueror of nations or a distributor of crowns, but a giver of alms.

The giver and the accepter are principally answerable in an unjust donation.

The giver of the house was the late George Peabody, of London.

He uses this exclamation as an acknowledgment that God is the giver of our daily bread.

Not since she had become the virtual creatrix of beauty, even the giver of life!

In losing all the gifts, with all their supports, I found the Giver.

It is inscribed with the name of the giver, Mr. Richard Harris.

This was probably how the eye acquired the animating powers of the Giver of Life.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-14c., from give + -er (1). Old English agent-noun forms were giefend, giefa.

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