- a person who plans.
- a book, similar to a desk calendar, for recording appointments, things to be done, etc.
Origin of planner
Examples from the Web for planner
The more luxurious the trip, the more it seems that personal choice is delegated by the client to the planner.Obama’s Extravagant Summer Break? More Like, America’s Vacation-Deficit Disorder
August 10, 2014
From a planner's perspective, hoever, here is the real central fact about Cleveland Clinic: its doctors are salaried.Can the Cleveland Clinic Save American Health Care?
February 26, 2013
"I always think of marriage as a bridge that connects two hills," says Brette Sember, author of The Divorce Organizer Planner.15 Ways to Predict Divorce
May 19, 2010
Planner was the only member of the firm who lived in the establishment.
You told me to remind you, Planner, of your hints to bankers.
In housekeeping the mistress is overseer as well as planner.The Expert Maid-Servant
Cristine Terhune Herrick
She saw Kells the ruthless bandit, the organizer, the planner, and the blood-spiller.The Border Legion
The planner must be able to see and control the whole problem in all of its aspects.The Psychology of Management
L. M. Gilbreth
- a person who makes plans, esp for the development of a town, building, etc
- a chart for recording future appointments, tasks, goals, etc
Word Origin and History for planner
1716, "one who plans," agent noun from plan (v.). Derogatory variant planster attested from 1945. Meaning "book or device that enables one to plan" is from 1971.