answerer answerer


  • (n) someone who responds



  1. The answerer was in turn answered by the tabloid New York Daily News.
  2. Then a lieutenant colonel, with pacifist critics his chief problem, newsmen rated him the ablest question-answerer ever to hold down the job.
  3. He is a good listener and a skillful answerer, can soothe an angry questioner or dodge a trap.


  • Mind-blowing video shows how humans are basically bad copies of amoebas

    Vsauce, the master answerer of life's toughest questions and professional blower of minds, tackles something so philosophical in his latest video that you'll start to wonder what in the hell our purpose is on this Earth. And if it's any different than a purpose of a rock. It starts with the discussion of art and then fakes and forgeries of art and what forgeries really mean and what it means to ...
    on April 15, 2014     Source: Gizmodo


  1. Safin said: "He'sa nice guy, a great answerer and great for you guys (media). I think he scored some points over there by saying that."
    on Jun 26, 2008 By: Marat Safin Source:

  2. "Life for me has been cast as an answerer of questions," MacLean said. "Where's your sidekick? Where's your buddy? Where's Don? How's he doing?"
    on Feb 7, 2008 By: Ron MacLean Source: Globe and Mail

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