Asker [noun]

Definition of Asker:

person asking for charity

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Sentence/Example of Asker:

This global business was advertising over 50 models in more than 80 markets, across 30 languages — a big ask by any standard.

That’s a tough ask for the many millions of casual workers for whom the holiday is their only opportunity each year to reunite with loved ones.

Getting sufficient accuracy with a tablet is a big ask, so Trudeau is more interested in the future prospects of markerless gait analysis technology.

This latter question, we believe, is frequently the outcome of carelessness or laziness on the part of the asker.

No one refuses the asker anything that he possesses; on the contrary, they themselves invite us to ask for it.

As soon as he became Asker he always took the part of the poor.

When he was twenty-four years old his father had him elected Asega-Asker.

The young blind asker rose in the darkness that surrounded him.

It was a common question with no meaning to the asker, but of how much to Tara!

Dot demanded, a good deal more efficient as a question-asker than a question-answerer.