deviser

NOUN
  1. a person who makes plans
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How To Use deviser In A Sentence

  • Gatling was the prototypical Yankee tinkerer, a self-educated deviser of farm implements, including a mechanical planter that fed seeds from a hopper. Point and Shoot
  • Evidently, if these two foregoing statements are true, Mr. Froude must join us in thinking that a man whose mind could be warped by external influences from the softest commiseration for the sufferings of his kind, one year, into being the cold-blooded deviser of the readiest method for slaughtering unarmed holiday - makers, the very next year, is not the kind of ruler whom he and we so cordially desiderate. West Indian Fables by James Anthony Froude Explained by J. J. Thomas
  • As here, wily conference devisers make sure that the speakers and their works are going to be interesting so that everyone has a good time even if the topic gets only a token airing.
  • “What means this?” she said; “Douglas, why does the first deviser and bold executor of the happy scheme for our freedom, shun the company of his fellow-nobles, and of the Sovereign whom he has obliged?” The Abbot
  • Vilter was grown up in this period and became an important deviser and practitioner of economic reform in the end of the reign of czar.
  • He rails against the armies of form devisers, paper shufflers and managers who waste the tax payers' money while contributing nothing to the public good.
  • In this Act ‘inventor’ in relation to an invention means the actual deviser of the invention and ‘joint inventor’ shall be construed accordingly.
  • The ‘Northern Exposure’ project, according to its devisers, Box Architecture, was achieved ‘by the placement of three built forms creating six distinct spaces’ to manipulate light and provide functionality for a family home.
  • The system consists of 6 grade I indexes and 20 grade II indexes as policy management, surroundings risk, owner risk, deviser risk, supervisor risk and contractor risk.
  • These transcripts of the 30 "best" selected by the programme's deviser and producer for 34 years run the gamut from the farceur Ben Travers, who saw WG Grace play and was in Australia during England's 1928-29 tour when Don Bradman made his Test debut, to Lily Allen, whose interest in the game was sparked by the 2005 Ashes. The Best Views from the Boundary – Test Match Special's Greatest Interviews
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