Definition of Deviser

1. Noun. A person who makes plans.




Definition of Deviser

1. n. One who devises.

Definition of Deviser

1. Noun. A person who devises; a planner ¹

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Definition of Deviser

1. one that devises [n -S] - See also: devises

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deviser

devious
deviously
deviousness
deviousnesses
devirgination
devirginations
devisable
devisal
devisals
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devised
devisee
devisees
deviser (current term)
devisers
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devision
devisions
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devisors
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devitalisation
devitalise
devitalised
devitalised tooth
devitalization
devitalize

Literary usage of Deviser

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1. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1859)
"The Fr. deviser is to imagine, to plan, and a devise is used as a superlative of praise. Tin noble chateau a devise.—Fab. et Contes, iii. 155. ..."

2. Letters of Queen Elizabeth and King James VI. of Scotland: Some of Them by Elizabeth, James, John Bruce (1849)
"... but shall make the deviser have his desert, more for that then ought els. Referring my self to the true trust of this gentleman, ..."

3. Secret Chambers and Hiding-places: The Historic, Romantic & Legendary by Allan Fea (1908)
"... SECRET CHAMBERS AND HIDING-PLACES CHAPTER IA GREAT deviser OF "PRIESTS' HOLES" J~\URING the deadly feuds which existed in ^^ the Middle Ages, ..."

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