- 1 • historical A person who coins money, in particular a maker of counterfeit coins.More example sentences
- 4. But if the tenant uses the premises as a coiner's den or as a deposit for stolen goods, a single instance of such uses seems to me quite enough to satisfy the language of the statute.
- It might, in theory, have happened that coining would have become a form of business, in which private individuals turned silver into coins that would have been accepted by the reputation of the coiner… It did not happen in Greece.
- The general opinion seemed to be that his father had been a noted coiner in New York, - an Irishman of the name of Melmody, - and, in one memoir, the probability of the descent was argued from Melmotte's skill in forgery.
- 2A person who invents or devises a new word, sense, or phrase.More example sentences
- My earliest cite is from September, 2002, but I don't have the resources to find the original coiner of the phrase.
- The coiners of the word would have never used it to describe a geo-political system.
- I am not sure if the coiner of said phrase really meant quite this small.
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