appearer

appearer

(əˈpɪərə)
n
a person who appears
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Further examples of Shakespeare's morphological creativity are appearer and seemer, which were derived from unaccusative verbs.
KIERON DYER made 250 appearER made 250 appear-ances for Newcastle and was often in the England squad - less frequently towards the end of his stay on Tyneside, though.
The figures show that the closer the relationship, the more likely the appearer is to have died by disease; conversely, the more remote the relationship, the likelier it is that the death was violent, [chi square] (3, N= 187) = 18.23, p < .001.
In Ephesus, Pericles's "Reverend appearer, no," to Cerimon was surely an immediate inability to believe in yet another miracle.
Appeared before me Notary Cornelis van Peolenburg, Cornelis van Gezel, living within this city and declares that he owes to Joan Reijnst the sum of three hundred guilders springing from and the matter of two years rent, by him [the] appearer been in good faith rented.
The collective percipience, stronger motivation on the part of the apparition, quasiphysical features of the apparition, integration of the appearer to the natural environment, utmost loyalty and obedience of the percipients to the agent, and controlled "PK-like" manifestations point toward a true apparition at Medjugorje.
as an atomized mass of self-conscious watchers and appearers. Metafiction, for its time, was nothing more than a poignant hybrid of its theoretical foe, realism: if realism called it like it saw it, metafiction simply called it as it saw itself seeing itself see it.