Definition of "examiners" []

  • One who examines or inspects (noun)
  • A person who sets or marks an examination (noun)
  • (in the Republic of Ireland) a person appointed by a court to ensure the survival of an Irish public limited company (noun) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "examiners" in a sentence
  • ""The regulators will probably want to send in examiners to assess the situation in very focused examinations, to try to ascertain how much of a problem there is," said Ernest Patrikis, a partner who practices banking law at White & Case and a former general counsel of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York."
  • "The “adverse” scenario envisioned by the examiners is “unemployment rising to 10.3 percent by next year, home prices falling an additional 22 percent this year, and the economy contracting by 3.3 percent this year and staying flat in 2010.”"
  • "Overall, title examiners are looking for any event or circumstance that would be a lien against the property."
  • "It suggests that artistic creation can be ticked off like a school essay and subjected to a set of SATs, in which the individual, expert guidance of teachers and examiners is set aside for the one-rule-fits-all solution of 21st century politicians."
  • "How he escaped the eyes of the Jedi examiners is a mystery."