Definition of gerrymanderer in US English:

gerrymanderer

noun

  • See gerrymander

    • ‘It's possible the court will find that this time the gerrymanderers in North Carolina have simply gone too far.’
    • ‘A successful gerrymanderer begins by assuming that his party has a certain amount of support statewide; he then apportions that support strategically among individual districts.’
    • ‘Without it, gerrymanderers armed with sophisticated technology and facing few real constraints could run wild, causing minority representation in Congress to shrink dramatically.’
    • ‘The gerrymanderers have done a very good job of picking their voters such that there are very few competitive districts.’
    • ‘I must admit it does seem like a fitting end to the political career of a gerrymanderer.’

Pronunciation

gerrymanderer

/ˈjerēˌmand(ə)rər//ˈdʒɛriˌmænd(ə)rər/