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organiser

n.

chiefly British English spelling of organizer (q.v.); for spelling, see -ize.

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  • They had therefore to sit on deck; there were inquiries for the organiser of the expedition, but he was not on board.

    The Growth of a Soul August Strindberg
  • Though the more visible, the organiser of the labour is not the only parent.

    The Story of the Cambrian C. P. Gasquoine
  • The organiser and companion of her flight was a young priest, Giuseppe Caponsacchi, who was a canon at Arezzo.

    Browning's Heroines Ethel Colburn Mayne
  • On this occasion Philip Maylands proved himself to be an able organiser.

    Post Haste R.M. Ballantyne
  • There was an organiser of the "big union" in the camp, and he was going to rouse the slaves to protest.

    King Coal Upton Sinclair
  • At last we voiced our true thoughts, and said, The New Man is an organiser.

    John Brown Captain R. W. Campbell
  • "Mrs. Fontenella wants to give a drawing-room meeting," said the organiser, when she returned to the office.

    Rebel women Evelyn Sharp
  • That's why I can come away and leave it, because I'm an organiser.

    This Freedom A. S. M. Hutchinson
  • Here he had prestige because he was the son of Daniel Bines, organiser and man of affairs.

    The Spenders Harry Leon Wilson
  • But this negligent woman was the organiser in chief of the great soiree!

    Mr. Prohack E. Arnold Bennett

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