Sounder meaning

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A group of wild pigs.
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One that makes a sound.

A sounder of alarms.

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One that sounds, especially a device for making soundings of the sea.
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A person or thing that makes a sound or sounds.
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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.
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Comparative form of sound: more sound.
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Something, or someone who makes a sound.
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(nautical) A device for making soundings at sea.
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An instrument used in telegraphy in place of a register, the communications being read by sound.
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The collective noun for a group of wild boar.
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Origin of sounder

  • Middle English from Old French sondre of Germanic origin
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition