One who spells words: students who are good spellers. (noun)
An elementary textbook containing exercises that teach spelling.(noun)
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Use "speller" in a sentence
"We suspect you're a person who trusts more easily than we do, Jennifer, what with the volunteering and the trusting Michelle Shaw and the fact that you think calling her a "very bad speller" is an adequate insult."
"The book which she had mistakenly brought for her speller was her mental arithmetic; they were much the same size, and she often mistook one for the other."
"I know I'm not a great speller, which is why I put everything through a spell checker."