[ UK /ɹɪdˈiːmɐ/ ]
- someone who redeems or buys back (promissory notes or merchandise or commercial paper etc.)
How To Use redeemer In A Sentence
- Man, admitted to implore the mercy of his creator, and plead the merits of his redeemer, is already in a higher state than poetry can confer. Dr. Johnson on religious verse « Unknowing
- And, of course, the person credited with this achievement was Qadeer Khan, who thus became the idol of the people, the dearest of their heroes, the greatest of their redeemers.
- May not the joy be increased, that the Redeemer is not to come, but come already, and hath made up that wide separation which was between us and him, by his low condescendency to his union with our nature! The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning
- God glorifies himself in rescuing the undeserving, not the heavenly; the poetry of redemption lies all in the dissimilarity between redeemer and redeemed, the similarities (if I may be permitted to put it this way) are all ironical, however necessary. Spring « Unknowing
- Thanks to the staff at Redeemer Presbyterian for taking and sending me these pics. Christianity Today
- STUART - Redeemer Lutheran Church invites everyone to take part in a fun filled day in Memorial Park, 300 SE Ocean Blvd. (next to Martin County Court House), Stuart. tcpalm.com Stories
- The idea in "redeemer" with Job is Vindicator (Job 16: 19; Nu 35: 27), redressing his wrongs; also including at least with us, and probably with him, the idea of the predicted Bruiser of the serpent's head. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
- For I know that my Redeemer lives, and that at the last he will stand up on the earth; and after my skin has been thus destroyed, then in my flesh I shall see God.
- Hailed as a ‘national hero’, the dead Nelson was seen almost as a redeemer.
- But to paint him as a socialist redeemer would be stretching reality.