Definition of resigner in US English:

resigner

noun

  • See resign

    • ‘Well, if we take the 121 rebels, plus the 5 or 6 resigners, we're looking at some increase on that basis alone.’
    • ‘Therein lies the problem for Aberdeen and every other member of the 10 ‘resigners’.’
    • ‘Though he was an MP for a family borough from 1853 and in Derby's cabinet in 1866, his prickliness and rigidity made him an awkward colleague and a natural resigner.’
    • ‘Such resignations are rare, but when they do occur they usually damage the government and Prime Minister, at least for a time, and rarely advance the career of the resigner.’