Definition of Blesser

1. n. One who blesses; one who bestows or invokes a blessing.

Definition of Blesser

1. Noun. One who blesses; one who bestows or invokes a blessing. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Blesser

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

Lexicographical Neighbors of Blesser

bless you
bless your heart
blesse
blessed
blessed event
blessed events
blessed thistle
blessed with(p)
blesseder
blessedest
blessedly
blessedness
blessednesses
blessee
blessees
blesser (current term)
blessers
blesses
blessest
blesseth
blessin'
blessing
blessing in disguise
blessings
blessings in disguise
blessworthy
blest
blet
bletcherous
blether

Literary usage of Blesser

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of by Abel Boyer (1833)
"blesser le respect qite. Гоп doit à quelqu'un, lo break in upon the respect due to one. ... S'entre-blesser, to wound one Se blesser, vr to hurt one's self, ..."

2. The French Verb: Its Conjugation and Idiomatic Use by Charles Fletcher Martin (1910)
"blesser quelqu'un a la tete, au coeur, etc. To wound any one in the head, etc. Se blesser. To wound, to injure, to hurt one's self; de, to take offense at. ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1873)
"The term has been grossly treated : sometimes called "blesser," and sometimes "a grove of trees," than which nothing can be more dissimilar, making it not ..."

4. Publications by English Dialect Society (1908)
"... de la Louisianne et entr'autres 1724- par Son Arrest du vingt neuf Avril mil Sept cent vingt trois de tuer ny blesser aucuns Bestiaux dans la d. ..."

5. Boyer's French Dictionary: Comprising All the Additions and Improvements of by Abel Boyer (1833)
"blesser le respect qite. Гоп doit à quelqu'un, lo break in upon the respect due to one. ... S'entre-blesser, to wound one Se blesser, vr to hurt one's self, ..."

6. The French Verb: Its Conjugation and Idiomatic Use by Charles Fletcher Martin (1910)
"blesser quelqu'un a la tete, au coeur, etc. To wound any one in the head, etc. Se blesser. To wound, to injure, to hurt one's self; de, to take offense at. ..."

7. The Gentleman's Magazine (1873)
"The term has been grossly treated : sometimes called "blesser," and sometimes "a grove of trees," than which nothing can be more dissimilar, making it not ..."

8. Publications by English Dialect Society (1908)
"... de la Louisianne et entr'autres 1724- par Son Arrest du vingt neuf Avril mil Sept cent vingt trois de tuer ny blesser aucuns Bestiaux dans la d. ..."

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