Meaning of insulter in English:

insulter

noun

See insult

‘Agreed, and I must include myself in that category of petty insulters.’
  • ‘The experience has provided the company with a quick lesson in the tricky world of chasing online insulters.’
  • ‘If you deflect it with humor, you allow the insulter to see how juvenile such commentary can be.’
  • ‘Now angrier than ever, the mob learns that the son-in-law of Foulon - ‘another of the people's enemies and insulters’ - is coming into Paris with a cavalry of 500.’
  • ‘The one thing that's constant is the fact that, in our analyses, both the hypothetical insulters and our actual glossers are using the word.’