Definition of maneuverer in US English:

maneuverer

noun

  • See maneuver

    • ‘The maneuverer looks for ulterior motives in others because he or she has them as well.’
    • ‘It is the operators and maneuverers who survive these deals, not the people doing the work.’
    • ‘This apparently convenient handle is more slippery than its maneuverers tend to appreciate.’
    • ‘With such a large roster, a lot of manoeuvrers have to be eliminated so as not to step on someone else's toes.’
    • ‘I've rejected the kind of education that made me a skillful maneuverer of abstract ideas.’

Pronunciation

maneuverer

/məˈn(y)o͞ov(ə)rər/