Origin of miller
Definition for miller (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for miller
Miller traces his irreverent and subversive streak to a psychedelic experience during the particularly sweltering summer of 1991.
“I had started to become disillusioned with the norms of how people put together social structures,” recalls Miller.
No Emmas, no Ishmaels, no Pips, no Daisies (Miller or Buchanan).
Miller says it is more dangerous than meeting clients because it takes place in the imagination.
Miller realized he had a partner, another life, and, despite the intimacy she thought they had built, he was just another client.
Baker and Rowe and the others proceeded to the little shop where Miller did a cigar business.Frank Merriwell's Return to Yale|Burt L. Standish
So Miss Miller was proud to give credit where it had been won.The Woodcraft Girls at Camp|Lillian Elizabeth Roy
Tom being lost, the court broke up, and away went the miller to his mill.Children's Literature|Charles Madison Curry
Dr. Miller's brows were knit as he tried to puzzle out what had happened.The Blue Ghost Mystery|Harold Leland Goodwin
This miller's house is the highest up the river, hitherto inhabited.Journal of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680|Jasper Danckaerts
British Dictionary definitions for miller (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for miller (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for miller
mid-14c. (attested as a surname by early 14c.), agent noun from mill (v.1). The Old English word was mylnweard, literally "mill-keeper" (preserved in surname Millward, attested from late 13c.).