Definition of schemer in English:

schemer

Syllabification: schem·er
Pronunciation: /ˈskēmər
 
/

noun

A person who is involved in making secret or underhanded plans.
More example sentences
  • The picture could be a physiognomical paradigm of a conspirator, a machinator, a schemer, a Machiavel.
  • He would also welcome any plotters and schemers who wish to hatch revolutionary plans in the quiet room upstairs.
  • Wodehouse remained completely aloof from the tumult of the world, unable to comprehend the cads, schemers and plotters.

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