Definition of Relater

1. n. One who relates or narrates.



Definition of Relater

1. Noun. Someone who relates or narrates. ¹

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Definition of Relater

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

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relater

relapsings
relascope
relascopes
relata
relatabilities
relatability
relatable
relatably
relate
relateable
related
related to
relatedly
relatedness
relatednesses
relater (current term)
relaters
relates
relatiative
relating
relatings
relation back
relation to
relational
relational adjective
relational antonym
relational database
relational database management system
relational databases

Literary usage of Relater

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1. Oxf. Hist. Soc by Oxford Historical Society (1886)
"The relater said he would wait upon him when he pleas'd, but for delivering up the Keys he had no authority to do it. He then fell into a greater 30 Passion ..."

2. A Theological Dictionary, Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms: A by Charles Buck (1815)
"Lent was history, against manners and customs, against morality, and against probability. Л cd ; but an honest relater of truth and matter of fact is safe: ..."

3. Diary and Correspondence of Samuel Pepys by Samuel Pepys, Richard Griffin Braybrooke, John Smith (1867)
"... I should not have dared so far to own what from my heart I believe is false, as to make myself the relater but of others' discourse ; but, sir, ..."

4. The Prema-Sâgara: Or, Ocean of Love by Kavi Lal, Chaturbhuja Miṣra, kavi Lallū Lālu, Frederic Pincott, Edward Backhouse Eastwick (1897)
"... assist the Pandavas against the Kauravas — Balaram proceeds on pilgrimage, and slays Sut ji, the relater of the Mahabharata, for a slight discourtesy. ..."

5. The General Biographical Dictionary: Containing an Historical and Critical by Alexander Chalmers (1816)
"... also an excellent relater of a story, -<lo net let us have that story any more, I have heard it 59 often;" to which Taylor often humourously replied, ..."

6. An Illustrated History of the State of Wisconsin: Being a Complete Civil by Charles Richard Tuttle (1875)
"Whereupon the counsel for the relater moved for judgment upon the default of the respondent. The attorney-general desiring time to consider what should be ..."

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