Examples from the Web for purveyor
And as a purveyor of childishness myself, I understand how annoying it can be.
But the person authorized to perform the demolition is not Sarah Palin or some other purveyor of junk jingoism.
The lanky, scandal-scarred former Congressman and purveyor of the now colloquial sext, has lived and died by the tweet.Anthony Weiner, Disgraced Over Sexting Scandal, Still Tweeting|Gideon Resnick|February 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Well, Apple is now a purveyor of expensive, high-end products in a market where consumers are turning to cheaper alternatives.
Greengrass, purveyor of the shaky cam, and screenwriter Billy Ray, have paid enormous attention to detail here.‘Captain Phillips’ Is a Gripping, Award-Worthy Film|Marlow Stern|September 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"A dealer in Belgian cattle, purveyor to the German intendant," hazarded the prisoner, who had his reply all prepared.Zibeline, Complete|Phillipe de Massa
Sirisco, Pamfilo's14 servant, I will shall be our purveyor and treasurer and ensue the commandments of Parmeno.The Decameron of Giovanni Boccaccio|Giovanni Boccaccio
In addition to his official duties at the door, Wright, in his private capacity, added those of purveyor.
Who would think that so pretty a toy would be a purveyor to the gallows and the prison?Adventures of Sherlock Holmes|A. Conan Doyle
The Purveyor is supposed to do all this, but it is physically impossible.The Life of Florence Nightingale vol. 1 of 2|Edward Tyas Cook
British Dictionary definitions for purveyor
Word Origin and History for purveyor
c.1300, from Old French porveor (13c.), agent noun from porveoir (see purvey).