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Definition of "seconder" [sec•ond•er]

  • The person who makes a second to a motion in any formal procedure, such as a parliamentary procedure. (noun)

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  • "Then Nancy Pelosi called for the seconder to the motion that Obama be selected, and the roar was surely felt down the years."
  • "I agree with Victor and the seconder who point out that this has more to do with culture than actual differences in our state of happiness."