[ UK /ˈɒfəɹɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈɔfɝɝ/ ]
  1. someone who presents something to another for acceptance or rejection
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How To Use offerer In A Sentence

  • As Elizabeth's cofferer, Bedingfield despaired that he was unable to "avoyde by enye possible mene, butte that daylye & howerlye the sayde Parye maye have & gyve intelligence" on nefarious "enterprises" both to and from Elizabeth by virtue of his necessary daily contact with his mistress. From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558
  • Given, though, that many of these beings are incorporeal in nature and will not likely be disposing of the food themselves, this leaves the offerer with a galling dilemma: what is the proper way to clean up after the gods?
  • He would not then be an offerer of dissentious sacrifice, but a peaceable offerer of love and charity.
  • And, within the great hall, she was greeted by Master Parry, her cofferer, Master Runyon, her yeoman of the robes, and Master Mitchell, the feodary. Historic girls; stories of girls who have influenced the history of their times,
  • The offerer should mention in his offer, the delivery time FOB/CFR and the offer validity as well.
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