Meaning of briber in English:

briber

Pronunciation /ˈbrʌɪbə/

noun

See bribe

‘I have been offered bribes in the past, which had hilarious consequences for the briber.’
  • ‘The briber would rather pay the money than have the information revealed.’
  • ‘Regardless of the briber's intentions, paying for turnout is illegal in federal elections.’
  • ‘Large gangs are more likely to have the money to be successful bribers.’
  • ‘Louis was also a massive briber of important people.’