Meaning of wielder in English:

wielder

noun

See wield

  • ‘Key to the success of such narratives is the existence of a disenfranchised population who want to be liberated and can be re-imagined as legitimate wielders of state power.’
  • ‘It silenced his critics, confounded his doubters and forced those knife wielders to return those implements to their dusty habitats for another day.’
  • ‘They savoured the preparations along with their friends, and watched the willow wielders and the bowlers display their prowess.’
  • ‘As a result, wood-hungry chainsaw wielders have reverted to cutting the thin trees up at the 52nd parallel.’
  • ‘Yours truly was the lone distaff wielder on the Review team.’