And as a purveyor of childishness myself, I understand how annoying it can be.
The lanky, scandal-scarred former Congressman and purveyor of the now colloquial sext, has lived and died by the tweet.
Greengrass, purveyor of the shaky cam, and screenwriter Billy Ray, have paid enormous attention to detail here.
But the person authorized to perform the demolition is not Sarah Palin or some other purveyor of junk jingoism.
Well, Apple is now a purveyor of expensive, high-end products in a market where consumers are turning to cheaper alternatives.
To be a purchaser is bad enough; but to be the purveyor thereof—ugh!
He will wait, and meanwhile do his best to waken his purveyor.
All societies know the literary dangler in great houses, and the purveyor to fashionable prejudices.
This is now performed, or rather not performed by the purveyor.
To others the purveyor seemed dangerous,—a man of bad habits, capable of anything.