deliverer deliverer  /dɪ ˈlɪvərER0/


  1. (n) a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
  2. (n) a person who rescues you from harm or danger
  3. (n) someone employed to make deliveries
  4. (n) a person who gives up or transfers money or goods


  1. Karen opened the door whereupon the pizza deliverer drew a 0.
  2. Among Russians of the old regime Prince Youssoupov is honored as a deliverer and the assassination is invariably referred to as an execution.
  3. This time the deliverer was Governess Nellie Tayloe Ross of Wyoming.


  • M. Water Polo. Kostas Genidounias Named MPSF Player of the Week

    USC junior Kostas Genidounias has hammered home his second career selection as MPSF Player of the Week, and is the first Trojan this year to win the award after Genidounias went big for the Trojans in their run to the 2013 SoCal Tournament title. Genidounias was USC's top scorer and the deliverer of the overtime game-winner in the championship game victory over the Bruins.
    on October 15, 2013     Source: USC Trojans


  1. "A very, very funny man and a great storyteller. There are certain comedians who do one-liners, you know, which bounce off each other," Abbott said. "But Mike was a story-teller and a great deliverer of great, great jokes."
    on Jul 30, 2007 By: Russ Abbot Source:

  2. "Now he is coming from the middle of the field, making better and more accurate passes and getting more involved in the game," said Allardyce. "He is an outstanding deliverer of free-kicks. Sixty per cent of our goals were scored from set...
    on Jun 26, 2010 By: Sam Allardyce Source: SkySports

  3. Mr Jones said: "We believe our role to be an enabler of growth, rather than a direct deliverer of services to individual companies. We will reduce the level of direct business support beyond the start-up phase to create space for private sector...
    on Jul 6, 2010 By: Ieuan Wyn Jones Source: South Wales Evening Post

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