Definition of signer in US English:

signer

noun

  • See sign

    • ‘It's still being hammered out, but the signers agreed to contribute $40 million each to a common fund.’
    • ‘To get 20,000 signers by September 2006, we will need approximately 15 new signatures per day on average.’
    • ‘The United States and other signers pledged never to ‘absolve’ a state of ‘any liability’ for the torture of POWs.’
    • ‘One of the signers of this letter was Pavel Milyukov, who in 1905 became the head of the Constitutional Democratic party in the first Duma.’
    • ‘And if you go to the website you'll see that they've already compiled an impressive and very politically and religiously diverse least of signers.’

Pronunciation

signer

/ˈsīnər//ˈsaɪnər/