One that frames: a picture framer; a framer of new laws. (noun)
One of the people who wrote the U.S. Constitution.(noun)
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Use "framer" in a sentence
"To be blithely ignorant of the difference between a founder and framer is sad, but to try and use your ignorance as some sort of argument winner is doubly pathetic."
"And because Wilson was identified as a framer, you know, as not hiding behind a pseudonym, is speaking in public and because his speech is regarded as a kind of authoritative early statement -- and"
"The Republican nominee in 1896 was William McKinley, of Ohio, best known as the framer of the McKinley tariff bill."