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Definition of Sayer

Sayer
Sayer Say"er, n. One who says; an utterer. Mr. Curran was something much better than a sayer of smart sayings. --Jeffrey.

Meaning of Sayer from wikipedia

- Daltrey, and Three Dog Night. Sayer was born to an Irish mother, Theresa Nolan, and an English father, Thomas E. G. Sayer, in S****ham-by-Sea, Sus****,...
- Sayer is a surname, and may refer to: Andrew Sayer (born 1949), British social scientist and philosopher of science George Sayer (1914–2005), English teacher...
- "Say Say Say" is a song written and performed by English musician Paul McCartney and American singer Michael Jackson, released in October 1983 as the...
- Sayer Ji is the founder of a po****r alternative medicine portal. He was identified in 2020 as one of the largest promoters of COVID-19 misinformation...
- singer-songwriter musician Leo Sayer. Released by Chrysalis in Iceland as Bestu Kveðjur and in South Africa as The Very Best of Leo Sayer. From the unreleased album...
- and Asia. Mischief Theatre's ensemble members are: Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer, Dave Hearn, Harry Kershaw, Charlie Russell, Josh Elliott, Mike Bodie, Nancy...
- Gale Eugene Sayers (May 30, 1943 – September 23, 2020) was an American professional football player who was both a halfback and return specialist in the...
- Say may refer to: Say (album), 2008 album by J-pop singer Misono "Say" (John Mayer song), 2007 "Say (All I Need)", 2007 song by American pop rock band...
- Philip Sayer was born on 26 October 1946 in Swansea, the son of Thomas Henry and Myra Sayer. He died of cancer in 1989, aged 42. After Sayers's death...
- Malcolm Sayer (21 May 1916 – 22 April 1970) was an aircraft engineer during wartime and later automotive aerodynamist. His most notable aerodynamic work...