- a person or thing that removes.
- Law. the transfer of a case from one court to another, as by a writ of error.
Origin of remover
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Examples from the Web for remover
Remover is quickly located, and she gets an emergency pedicure from an assistant.Backstage at Vera Wang
September 14, 2010
It was sacred, and might, therefore, be a remover of impurity.Introduction to the History of Religions
Crawford Howell Toy
An apparatus of this kind acts as a remover of dust from the room instead of adding any to it.Twentieth Century Inventions
This essence is the soul or self, and its meditation is the remover of all sorrow and affliction.
It is therefore not wise for the young finisher to attempt to make his own remover.The Library of Work and Play: Home Decoration
Charles Franklin Warner
The effectiveness of burning varies with the composition of the remover, but it also depends upon conditions being favorable.Farmers' Bulletin 1889 - Fireplaces and Chimneys
Arthur H. Senner