introducer[ in-truh-doos, -dyoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF introducer
Synonyms for introducer
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And one of the aides stepped forward to perform the office of introducer.
Iras was already standing by her side, and Charmian was approaching with the "introducer."
Here they were interrupted by the "introducer," who announced the eunuch Mardion.
He seems to have been the introducer of the sort of roads which Europe now uses.
Yes, General; I have promised to act as his introducer to your Excellency.
His introducer was Sill, later lieutenant-governor of the State.
A person, to whom one of my letters of recommendation had been addressed, was my introducer.
The evening arrived, and Randolph joined his introducer at his chambers.
I was his introducer to the manager of the Bank—I—in my own handwriting—as they thought.
A vice-chamberlain, introducer of the ambassadors, de Beaumont.