Definition of Proposer

1. Noun. Someone who advances a suggestion or proposal. "The suggester of this absurd strategy was a fool"

Exact synonyms: Suggester
Generic synonyms: Conceiver, Mastermind, Originator
Derivative terms: Propose, Suggest, Suggest



2. Noun. (parliamentary procedure) someone who makes a formal motion.
Exact synonyms: Mover
Category relationships: Order, Parliamentary Law, Parliamentary Procedure, Rules Of Order
Specialized synonyms: Nominator
Generic synonyms: Conceiver, Mastermind, Originator
Derivative terms: Move, Move, Propose

Definition of Proposer

1. n. One who proposes or offers anything for consideration or adoption.

Definition of Proposer

1. Noun. Someone who proposes, someone who makes a proposal. (agent noun of propose) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Proposer

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

Lexicographical Neighbors of Proposer

proportionators
proportioned
proportioner
proportioning
proportionless
proportionment
proportionments
proportions
propos'd
proposal
proposal of marriage
proposals
propose
propose a toast
proposed
proposer (current term)
proposers
proposes
proposing
proposita
propositi
propositional
propositional attitude
propositional calculus
propositional function
propositional functions
propositional logic
propositional variable
propositionally

Literary usage of Proposer

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

1. Principles of Contract at Law and in Equity: A Treatise on the General by Frederick Pollock, Gustavus Henry Wald, Samuel Williston (1906)
"Death of proposer, a revocation though not known to other party. ... This exception is in the case of the proposer dying before the proposal is accepted. ..."

2. American Law of Real Estate Agency: Including the Duties and Liabilities of by William Slee Walker (1922)
"Written proposition from proposer and acceptance by agent makes binding contract. On failure of vendor to re-execute contract after purchaser materially ..."

3. Principles of Contract: A Treatise on the General Principles Concerning the by Frederick Pollock (1889)
"The Indian Contract Act makes the knowledge of the other party before acceptance a condition of the proposal being revoked by the proposer's death. ..."

4. Principles of Contract at Law and in Equity: Being a Treatise on the General by Frederick Pollock (1881)
"We start with the principle that the proposer is bound from the date of acceptance. Then we have to consider what is for this purpose the date of acceptance ..."

5. American Law of Real Estate Agency: Including Options, Purchases, Sales by William Slee Walker (1910)
"Written proposition from proposer and acceptance by agent makes binding contract. A written proposition to employ one as agent to sell land signed by the ..."

6. Palmer's Index to "The Times" Newspaper (1870)
"... 71» 5 d Denbigh (Lord), not the proposer of the Toast at Rome to Prince Asturias, 28 а б 4 DENMARK :— Miscellaneous News, 21 a 7 d—19 m 5 a New Cabinet, ..."

7. A Treatise on the Specific Performance of Contracts by Edward Fry (1892)
"In case of there being an agent for the an agent proposer authorized in that behalf, the communication poser? of the acceptance to him completes the ..."

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