n.1.One who brings forward or proposes anything; a proposer.
2.One who forms a purpose; one who intends.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
A seer, a purposer, a creator, a future itself, and a bridge to the future --and alas!
c The charities arer not house clearancer agencies and if theye arer to be helped with donations, whether it is in goods, volunteers' r time or cash, it needs to be useful to that charity to ensurer its purposer is fulfilled.
Though nature may be God's creation, there is no need to ground ontology in theology, for nature is purposive even if there is no "purposer." The goodness of life must speak for itself.
He said that when he firstr joined Today ha e was told: "The T purposer of the Todaya pro-r gramme r is to prove r tothe nation that if you listened l tothe Today Pa rogramme r you didn't' need to read a newspaper.