Examples from the Web for crier
The Ike-sab crier sat by the door, looking wistfully towards the food, and hoping almost against hope for some to be left for him.
The crier took her by the hand, and, leading her to Alischar, retired a few paces to allow them opportunity of conversation.
Then came the young men whom the crier had named when they first saw the buffaloes.
In towns the crier frequently did the “bidding,” having first called the attention of the people by his bell.Curious Church Customs|Various
And the crier with sonorous voice called on the case of Bread v. Cheese, in which there were pounds at stake, but no principle.Hard Cash|Charles Reade
British Dictionary definitions for crier
Word Origin and History for crier
early 13c. as a surname; as an officer of the courts, late 13c., agent noun from cry (v.); town crier sense is late 14c.