The person who makes a second to a motion in any formal procedure, such as a parliamentary procedure.(noun)
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Use "seconder" in a sentence
"The claimant will have both a sponsor as good as a seconder, as good as a sponsor will have certain which multiform members have had a possibility to get to know a claimant improved than a singular can by a discerning sell of pleasantries over cheese prior to dinner."
"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."