sender

[sen-der]
noun
1.
a person or thing that sends.
2.
a transmitter of electric pulses, as in telegraphy.

Origin:
1150–1200; Middle English; send1, -er1

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send1 (sɛnd)
 
vb (for;) , sends, sending, sent
1.  (tr) to cause or order (a person or thing) to be taken, directed, or transmitted to another place: to send a letter; she sent the salesman away
2.  to dispatch a request or command (for something or to do something): he sent for a bottle of wine; he sent to his son to come home
3.  (tr) to direct or cause to go to a place or point: his blow sent the champion to the floor
4.  (tr) to bring to a state or condition: this noise will send me mad
5.  (tr; often foll by forth, out, etc) to cause to issue; emit: his cooking sent forth a lovely smell from the kitchen
6.  (tr) to cause to happen or come: misery sent by fate
7.  to transmit (a message) by radio, esp in the form of pulses
8.  slang (tr) to move to excitement or rapture: this music really sends me
9.  send someone about his business to dismiss or get rid of someone
10.  send someone packing to dismiss or get rid of (someone) peremptorily
 
n
11.  another word for swash
 
[Old English sendan; related to Old Norse senda, Gothic sandjan, Old High German senten]
 
'sendable1
 
adj
 
'sender1
 
n

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Example sentences
Pain and/or pleasure through physical contact, depends a lot on what the sender
  of the message is projecting.
The concept is that you can send a message in such a way that no one but the
  sender and recipient realizes it's being sent.
The e-mail messages contained false header information that concealed the
  actual sender from the recipients.
If you have received this message in error, please notify the sender
  immediately by e-mail and delete all copies of the message.
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