Definition of swearer in English:

swearer

Pronunciation /ˈswerər/ /ˈswɛrər/

noun

See swear

  • ‘Hulton said that when the pipes were laid in the ground nine years before he was told navvies were hard workers, hard drinkers, hard swearers, and hard kickers, but he did not believe it.’
  • ‘Ramsay is a prolific, near-conversational swearer, but the disgusting state of Tim's kitchen raises his ire to new heights.’
  • ‘He was an accomplished bushman, a great drinker and swearer, short-tempered and generous-hearted, a man not to be contained by parliamentary etiquette.’
  • ‘He uses them as adjectives and is the second best swearer I have encountered.’
  • ‘The most profane swearer call refrain from his oaths, while in the presence of a person whom he fears, and to whom he knows it would be displeasing.’

Pronunciation

swearer

/ˈswerər/ /ˈswɛrər/