pə'ruːzə(r) n. one who reads attentively, one who studies carefully

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  • Peruser — Pe*rus er, n. One who peruses. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • peruser — peruse ► VERB formal ▪ read or examine thoroughly or carefully. DERIVATIVES perusal noun peruser noun. ORIGIN originally in the sense use up, wear out : perhaps from PER (Cf. ↑per ) + USE(Cf. ↑use) …   English terms dictionary

  • peruser — noun see peruse …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • peruser — See perusable. * * * …   Universalium

  • peruser — noun One who peruses …   Wiktionary

  • peruser — noun see peruse …   Useful english dictionary

  • peruse — [pə ru:z] verb formal read or examine thoroughly or carefully. Derivatives perusal noun peruser noun Origin C15 (in the sense use up, wear out ): perh. from per + use, but cf. Anglo Norman Fr. peruser examine . Usage …   English new terms dictionary

  • peruse — transitive verb (perused; perusing) Etymology: Middle English, to use up, deal with in sequence, from Latin per thoroughly + Middle English usen to use Date: 1532 1. a. to examine or consider with attention and in detail ; study b. to look over… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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