- n a person who respects someone or something; usually used in the negative
X is no respecter of Y
- As Chester (Dick Tracy) Gould well knows from the strip-within-a-strip Fearless Fosdick, Capp is not even (gasp!) a respecter of funny-paper characters.
- I like to think not, always having tried never to be a "respecter of persons.
- Jazzmania is no respecter of persons.
- Robert Adam in Times Online
The message has been preached time and time again, that HIV/AIDS is no respecter of persons. This is the case in particular for young people. You have your energies, you have your lives ahead of you, but AIDS can curtail that in the moment of an... Denzil Douglas http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denzil_Douglas&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHqQs15AlS9iyzXq-g22sB1VMdbDg Communication's Unit Of The St. Kitts Prime Minister http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.cuopm.com/newsitem.asp%3Farticlenumber%3D719&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNGYtjQ6u9PY9DRcrkDeRkyw5TJMEQ Oct 31, 2005
83173 110716 respecter One man who challenges the received norms of contemporary architectural fashion, which deplores anything so crass as decoration, is Robert Adam, described in the Oxford Dictionary of Architecture as no dry respecter of canonical buildings, he has...
- Gwyneth Dunwoody in guardian.co.uk
She always would have wanted Crewe and Nantwich to stay Labour. However, she was a respecter of democracy and the democratic choice has been to choose a Conservative - for now,said Dunwoody.