One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘They had no match referees in those days to penalise such appealers!’
- ‘I am almost always suspicious of appeals to the ‘good old days’ as the appeal typically has an agenda behind it, or reveals some reflexive need on the part of the appealer.’
- ‘Any busker, lecturer, musician, singer or street appealer must apply for a permit before performing in public, irrespective of whether money is collected.’
- ‘He was a pesky fellow, a full-throated appealer on the field but ready to socialise with the opposition off it.’
- ‘I became an appealer for the Society some years ago and more recently I have undertaken presentations at schools local to me in respect of what adoption means to children and families.’
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