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redeemer

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noun re·deem·er \-ˈdē-mər\

Simple Definition of redeemer

  • : a person who brings goodness, honor, etc., to something again : a person who redeems something

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of redeemer

  1. :  a person who redeems; especially capitalized :  jesus

Examples of redeemer in a sentence

  1. He was considered the redeemer of the family's reputation.

  2. <the rescued hostages profusely thanked their camouflage-clad redeemers>



15th Century

First Known Use of redeemer

15th century

Rhymes with redeemer




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