framer framer  /f ˈreɪ mər/


  1. (n) someone who makes frames (as for pictures)
  2. (n) someone who writes a new law or plan


  1. He has been working, like his cousin Shapley, as a framer since he was 13.
  2. The framer of this apothegm is the proprietor of both a good restaurant and an unusual personality.
  3. Hey dumbass, that's exactly what the framer's had in mind.


  • History lives at Williams Barn

    GROTON -- "Do you know what a timber framer is?" Uwe Tobies asked third-grade students who visited Williams Barn.
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Groton Landmark


  1. "She had a lot of lucky shots today," said Serena. "That's kind of her game; she's a big framer. That's obviously all talent. But she's mastered that."
    on Jul 31, 2009 By: Serena Williams Source:

  2. As historian Garry Wills wrote, "As framer and defender of the Constitution, he had no peer."
    on Sep 16, 2007 By: Garry Wills Source: Rocktown Weekly

  3. "I bought them for the mystique, to own something that belonged to the third president, a framer of the Constitution," Mr. Koch says over a silken 1971 Petrus in his ornate dining room here. "If someone robs you of those bragging rights, you...
    on Sep 1, 2006 By: Bill Koch Source: Wall Street Journal

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