One that makes a sound: a sounder of alarms. (noun)
One that sounds, especially a device for making soundings of the sea.(noun)
A herd of wild boar. See Synonyms at flock1.(noun)
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Use "sounder" in a sentence
"-- The sounder is the instrument which carries the electro-magnet."
"R, of course, hears his own sounder, which is making the dots and dashes also."
"We always found that the deeper the sets were placed in the ground the sounder were the roots: We tried every experiment with them; and as our gardener was both skilful and industrious, we were usually much more fortunate with our produce than our neighbors."