Dyer

[dahy-er]
noun
1.
John, 1700–58, British poet.
2.
Mary, died 1660, American Quaker religious martyr, born in England.
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dye (daɪ)
 
n
1.  a staining or colouring substance, such as a natural or synthetic pigment
2.  a liquid that contains a colouring material and can be used to stain fabrics, skins, etc
3.  the colour or shade produced by dyeing
 
vb , dyes, dyeing, dyed
4.  (tr) to impart a colour or stain to (something, such as fabric or hair) by or as if by the application of a dye
 
[Old English dēagian, from dēag a dye; related to Old High German tugōn to change, Lettish dūkans dark]
 
'dyable
 
adj
 
'dyeable
 
adj
 
'dyer
 
n

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Example sentences for dyer
Hardened by the tribulations of his early career, a new dyer emerged.
Dyer was one of the stand out players in his first premiership side.
Initially, dyer was furious at the connotation and the implied slur on his
  sportsmanship.
Dyer elects, then, to close off the area from which they took their samples.
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