noticer noticer


  1. (n) someone who takes notice
  2. (n) someone who gives formal notice


  • Black is a powerfully atmospheric writer--he is, after all, John Banville--and a champion noticer of details like a "flock of lacquered, dark brown birds" and the tanned ankles of .


  • "As an unrepentant alien, he is a brilliant noticer of American traits and contradictions," Theroux said in a telephone interview. "When Raban notices ways in which people in public life become lazy and neglectful, he goads them in the most...
    on Jan 30, 2004 By: Paul Theroux Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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