Definition of Socialiser

1. Noun. A person who takes part in social activities.

Exact synonyms: Socializer
Generic synonyms: Individual, Mortal, Person, Somebody, Someone, Soul
Derivative terms: Socialise, Socialize



Definition of Socialiser

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of socializer) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Socialiser

social studies
social support
social system
social therapy
social trading
social unit
social values
social welfare
social work
social worker
social workers
socialisation
socialise
socialised
socialised medicine
socialiser (current term)
socialisers
socialises
socialising
socialism
socialisms
socialist
socialist economy
socialist realism
socialistic
socialistically
socialists
socialite
socialites
socialities

Literary usage of Socialiser

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1. Self-government in Industry by George Douglas Howard Cole (1917)
"Willy nilly, the tame Collectivist, Liberal, Labour or Fabian-Socialist, becomes a mere nationaliser and ceases to be a socialiser. ..."

2. Arts and Crafts Essays by Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society (1903)
"... through art, the great socialiser for a common and kindred life, for sympathetic and helpful fellowship, and demands conditions under which your artist ..."

3. The Social Life of the Hebrews by Edward Day (1901)
"... and their literature which was allied closely to their religion, was a great socialiser.1 Conduct and character may have been largely a matter of clan ..."

4. The Social Life of the Hebrews by Edward Day (1901)
"... and their literature which was allied closely to their religion, was a great socialiser.1 Conduct and character may have been largely a matter of clan ..."

5. Flame, Electricity and the Camera: Man's Progress from the First Kindling of by George Iles (1900)
"... man must have found comfort, cheer, and safety in the bonds of what, in the Language, the socialiser. ..."

6. Introduction to Sociology by Arthur Fairbanks (1896)
"Fire as a socialiser. Need of food and clothing as economic stimuli. Fundamental character of these needs. Their wide range. 2. Need of protection against ..."

7. City Development: A Study of Parks, Gardens, and Culture-institutes; a by Patrick Geddes (1904)
"... but to recognise with historian and socialiser that just as we have seen Town and School and Cloister of thoughtful retirement to be in principle ..."

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