orderer

[ UK /ˈɔːdəɹɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. an organizer who puts things in order
    Aristotle was a great orderer of ideas
  2. someone who places an order to buy
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How To Use orderer In A Sentence

  • The closer to Scotland they lived, the more suspicious they often were, and, though not a borderer, Lord Hotham certainly was a Yorkshireman. N.B.
  • The Lancaster forces were routed and King Henry, the poor wandering lost King Henry who does not know fully where he is, even when he is in his palace at Whitehall, has run away into the moors of Northumberland, a price on his head as if he were an outlaw, without attendants, without friends, without even followers, like a borderer rebel as wild as a chough. The White Queen
  • A birthday composition for the dowager Duchess of Gloucester was played by the pipes and drums of her regiment, the King's Own Scottish Borderers.
  • He was a Borderer through and through and repeatedly declined BBC offers to move south to present and commentate on other sports. Giving evidence to the Chilcot inquiry, Tony Blair said: “I...
  • 'I had maist forgotten't,' said the hardy Borderer; 'but I think this morning, now that I am fresh and sober, if you and I were at the Withershins' Latch, wi 'ilka ane a gude oak souple in his hand, we wadna turn back, no for half a dizzen o' yon scaff-raff. ' Guy Mannering, Or, the Astrologer — Volume 01
  • HUNTER: This is how pet store owner and dog borderer Marcia Habib starts her day, checking the Internet for recalls for both wet and dry pet food. CNN Transcript Apr 3, 2007
  • The spot where the borderer Turnbull had made his escape at the hunting match, was one specimen of this broken country, and perhaps connected itself with the various thickets and passes through which the knight and pilgrim occasionally seemed to take their way, though that ravine was at a considerable distance from their present route. Castle Dangerous
  • The bold borderer made this declaration with the same provoking degree of coolness which predominated in his whole demeanour, and was indeed his principal attribute. Castle Dangerous
  • ‘I had maist forgotten’t, ’ said the hardy Borderer; ‘but I think this morning, now that I am fresh and sober, if you and I were at the Withershins’ Latch, wi’ ilka ane a gude oak souple in his hand, we wadna turn back, no for half a dizzen o’ yon scaff-raff. Chapter XXV
  • The closest thing to an upset came at The Gytes where Peebles and Ayr had met last week in the league with the undefeated borderers winning.
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