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35 synonyms found


[ bˈe͡əɹəz], [ bˈe‍əɹəz], [ b_ˈeə_ɹ_ə_z]

Bearers are individuals who carry or transport something from one place to another. Synonyms for this word may differ depending on the context in which it is used. If bearers are associated with a cause or idea, they could be referred to as advocates, champions, or proponents. In a more formal setting, they could be called carriers, conveyors, or messengers. In the military, bearers could be described as couriers or dispatchers. They could also be referred to as porters, movers, or haulers if they were carrying or transporting physical objects. Regardless of the context, bearers play an important role in delivering goods or messages to the intended recipients.

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Usage examples for Bearers

A beautiful invitation follows to those, who are sometimes irreverent bearers: "Come then, pure hands, and bear the head That sleeps or wears the mask of sleep, And come, whatever loves to weep, And hear the ritual of the dead."
"A Key to Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam'"
Alfred Gatty
"No," I answered, smiling in spite of myself to think what strange forms the bearers of romance could take.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford
When the queen perceived such wisdom, and saw the house which he had built, and the food on his table, and his counsellors, and his cup-bearers, and servants, and the burnt sacrifice which he offered in the house of Jehovah, she sent him 120 Kikkars of gold, and such an amount of spices as never afterwards came to Jerusalem.
"The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)"
Max Duncker

Famous quotes with Bearers

  • We who have been born and nurtured on this soil, we, whose habits, manners, and customs are the same in common with other Americans, can never consent to - be the bearers of the redress offered by that Society to that much afflicted.
    Richard V. Allen
  • The return to the Organization of the United States of America, the bearers of a great and diversified democratic culture that has inspired many other peoples.
    Carlo Azeglio Ciampi
  • And in that I cannot send unto you all my businesses in writing, I despatch these present bearers fully informed in all things, to whom it may please you to give faith and credence in what they shall say unto you by word of mouth.
    Owen Glendower
  • Kripke tries to sober us up by denying that meaning determines reference. Rather, we name things by confronting them and baptising them, not by creating them out of a list of qualities. Names are not,  Russell, shorthand for such lists. They are not abbreviations for descriptions, but (in Kripke’s coinage) ‘rigid designators’ – that is, they would name the same things in any possible world, including worlds in which their bearers did not have the properties we, in this world, use to identify them.
    Richard Rorty
  • O most grateful burden, which comforts them that carry it! The burdens of earthly masters gradually wear out the strength of those who carry them; but the burden of Christ assists the bearers of it, because we carry not grace, but grace us.
    John Chrysostom

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