[ UK /skˈiːmɐ/ ]
[ US /ˈskimɝ/ ]
  1. a planner who draws up a personal scheme of action
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  • Unlike the good-natured bumbler from the Disney cartoon, this honey-happy bear is a manipulative, abrasive, self-indulgent schemer who is clearly unapologetic in his larcenous adventure. Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat
  • On the other hand I have known it to happen that a prisoner went and complained to the doctor, who roughly told him he was a "schemer," and the following week the prisoner was dead. Six Years in the Prisons of England
  • Whether they are hotheads or cool schemers, their intransigent speeches act as balm to their audience's wounds.
  • Macbeth is a schemer and plotter who is eventually undone by his own misdeeds.
  • As a Marxist, I try desperately not to fall into the ‘conspiracy’ trap; history is made by massive social forces, not by plotting schemers or ahistorical supermen.
  • But where is the evidence to suggest that it will be any different this time, that the families of these privileged political schemers won't duck the draft just as they've always done in the past?
  • Prospero mildly rebuked all the schemers of evil.
  • Besides being a very good dribbler, he was a planner and a schemer.
  • Well, 35 years ago today, NASA gave the world's dreamers and schemers a ready-made rationale for anything.
  • Here he encounters all manner of dreamers, schemers, and conspiracy theorists.
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