Doer vs Dyer - What's the difference?
As an adjective doer
As a noun doer
As a proper noun dyer is
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Someone who does, performs, or executes; an active person, an agent.
* 2002 , , The Great Nation , Penguin 2003, page 295:
* 2008 , Aleksandra Lojek-Magdziarz, The Guardian , 25 Mar 2008:
- Though his name was closely linked to that of Physiocrats, he was less an armchair intellectual like Quesnay or the elder Mirabeau than a doer in the vein of Bertin and Trudaine [...].
- In schools, submission, not curiosity, was a highly valued virtue. Thinkers were out, doers were in.
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One who dyes, especially one who dyes cloth etc. as an occupation.