Definition of "withdrawer" [with•draw•er]

  • One who withdraws. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "withdrawer" in a sentence
  • "There is little change except again the so-called "withdrawer" is left with credit for a withdrawal that rarely takes place."
  • "Has it occurred to these pundits that Obama has already whiffed on two easy layups: first, he actually believed it would be possible to withdrawer from Iraq in 16 months -- which is jawdroppingly naeve (or if he didn't believe it he scammed voters with the promise) -- then he even more incomprehensibly contacted the Pakistani president after being elected but blew off the India president."
  • "Jane Becker of Arlington, Mass., recalls dealing with a small army of surgeons and residents, an internist and an intensive-care physician when trying to decide whether to withdrawer dying mother's life support."