Meaning of describer in English:

describer

Pronunciation /dɪˈskrʌɪbə/

See synonyms for describer

noun

See describe

‘People with disabilities form a significant part of the theatre audience, often catered for with a signed-assisted performance for deaf people and an audio describer for those with a visual impairment.’
  • ‘Monologues are a true storytelling artform, as in actual storytelling around the campfire, and Neil seems to be more of a teller than a describer.’
  • ‘He was considered one of the best describers of the court on radio.’
  • ‘Each genus includes its gender, which should help describers of new taxa.’
  • ‘He was also a great describer of ‘physical pain, outrage, insult to the body.’’