Definition of ditherer in English:



See dither

  • ‘Such talk in my view has probably hurt the US in the UN since it gives ditherers and dissemblers there an excuse to continue doing so.’
  • ‘Everyone else's mandate for smooth evolution remains our ditherers ' charter.’
  • ‘But Jimmy Carter had a PhD and he was a hopeless ditherer.’
  • ‘Wait 13 months and I guess it's thoughtful review - wait 14 months to allow a review and people might start calling the guy a ditherer.’
  • ‘It is all too easy to dismiss him as a ditherer - though there are times when he deserves to be called one - but his success is without question, and potentially without parallel.’