Preferrer
Preferrer \Pre*fer"rer\, n. One who prefers. [1913 Webster]

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  • preferrer — noun see prefer …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • preferrer — See prefer. * * * …   Universalium

  • preferrer — n. person who holds something in high regard, one who favors a particular person (or object, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • preferrer — pre·fer·rer …   English syllables

  • preferrer — prēˈfər.ə(r), prə̇ˈ also ˈfə̄rə(r noun ( s) Etymology: prefer + er : one that prefers: as a. : promoter …   Useful english dictionary

  • prefer — transitive verb (preferred; preferring) Etymology: Middle English preferren, from Anglo French preferrer, from Latin praeferre to put before, prefer, from prae + ferre to carry more at bear Date: 14th century 1. to promote or advance to a rank or …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • prefer — preferredly /pri ferr id lee, ferrd lee/, adv. preferredness, n. preferrer, n. /pri ferr /, v.t., preferred, preferring. 1. to set or hold before or above other persons or things in estimation; like better; choose rather than: to prefer beef to… …   Universalium

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  • prefer — /prəˈfɜ / (say pruh fer) verb (t) (preferred, preferring) 1. to set or hold before or above other persons or things in estimation; like better; choose rather: to prefer films to books. 2. Law to give priority, as to one creditor over another. 3.… …   Australian English dictionary

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