Definition of "tither" [tith•er]

  • One who collects tithes. (noun)
  • One who pays tithes. (noun)

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Use "tither" in a sentence
  • "I can mak 'a sang; and anither is, I can mak' a tune till't; and a third is, I can sing the tane to the tither, that is whan I haena had either ower muckle or ower little o 'the tappit hen."
  • "I met wi 'twa dink quines in particlar, ane o' them a sonsie, fine, fodgel lass, baith braw and bonnie; the tither was a clean-shankit, straught, tight, weel-far'd winch, as blythe's a lintwhite on a flowerie thorn, and as sweet and modest's a new blawn plumrose in a hazle shaw."
  • "That is, Limbaugh is finally being called out into the national spotlight as a right-wing fanatic that stirs up crazies into a tither."