Antonyms for taker

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"Then Findelkind was a rogue and a vagabond," said the taker of tolls.

All water taken may be hot or cold, according to the fancy of the taker.

Charles Wilbraham was no taker of human life, Henry felt assured.

An oath obligeth not in the sense of the imposer, but the taker's.

Every taker of a ticket will receive a coupon for our great 1000 lottery.

All these neighbors had to then follow the trail of the cow to its taker, or pay 30d.

A tip is not necessarily a humiliation, either to the giver or to the taker.

I am not a taker of notes, nor, for all my vagrant and exploring tendencies, am I a very close observer.

The holder of it may pass it like money and the taker is entitled to receive payment of it when it is due.

Followed by Kennedy and the taker of his second bet, he crossed over to the bar.

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