- a person or thing that sends.
- a transmitter of electric pulses, as in telegraphy.
Origin of sender
Examples from the Web for sender
That Snapchat deceptively told its users that the sender would be notified if a recipient took a screenshot of a snap.‘The Snappening’ Is Real: 90,000 Private Photos and 9,000 Hacked Snapchat Videos Leak Online
October 13, 2014
The sender and receiver pay the driver a few hryvnia—the Ukrainian currency—on either end.On the Bus: Ukraine’s Frontline Express Across the Battle Lines
September 8, 2014
But police had never heard of "Kassim, A." — the name written as the sender.Burundi’s Black Market Skull Trade
January 26, 2014
I would just return everything to sender, and closed out the P.O. box.Brie Larson On ‘Short Term 12,’ One of the Year’s Best Films
August 25, 2013
Gifts from others are allegedly returned to the sender with a polite note from the royal family.6 Things We Know About the Royal Baby’s Future Style
July 22, 2013
We may take it that the sender of the packet is the man whom we want.
Asaph and Bailey made various inane suggestions as to the sender.Cy Whittaker's Place
Joseph C. Lincoln
Forwarded free to any sender of two subscribers to this paper at $2 each.
I sent it anonymously to a magazine, and how the editor abused it and the sender!Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
Albert Bigelow Paine
He was the only one who knew; had he, educated by some spirit of jest, been the sender of the blossoms?The Bondwoman
Marah Ellis Ryan
Word Origin and History for sender
c.1200, agent noun from send (v.). In 1930s slang, a popular musician or song. Sendee is recorded from 1806.