- a word that qualifies the meaning of another, as an adjective or adverb; modifier.
- an adverb that modifies adjectives or other adverbs and typically expresses degree or intensity, as very, somewhat, or quite.
Examples from the Web for qualifier
Emily added that she regrets using the qualifier of "absolutely" (which we should have caught on the editing end).The Tortuous History Of The Greta Berlin Tweet Controversy|Ali Gharib|October 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The council says its goal is ultimately that the qualifier “women” be dropped from its name.
Some are identified as dictatorships of some sort, which almost none would accept as a qualifier.
Literacy as such was registered rather late as a qualifier of the warrior.
By this qualifier we wish it understood that mind, like body, has its accidental or acquired qualities.