sounder definition by Webster's New World
- a person or thing that makes a sound or sounds
- a telegraphic device that converts electric code impulses into sound
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a person or thing that sounds the depth of water, etc.
sounder definition by American Heritage Dictionary
One that makes a sound: a sounder of alarms.
One that sounds, especially a device for making soundings of the sea.
A herd of wild boar. See Synonyms at flock1.
Origin: Middle English, from Old French sondre, of Germanic origin.