forwarder [fawr-wer-der] ExamplesWord Origin noun
The form and shape of the book depend wholly, indeed, on the forwarder.
Ainsworth Rand Spofford
If we were all to do our duty rigidly to the letter, we should get no forwarder.
The Intelligence Officer
The forwarder, who performs all the other operations leading up to the finishing.
Nor will this sketch of settlements bring us forwarder than I would have it.
But as it ever should have been the forwarder, so was it ever, from day to day, slower and worse.
British Dictionary definitions for forwarder forwarder noun
- a person or thing that forwards
- a person engaged in the bookbinding process of forwarding
- See forwarding agent