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EtymologyEdit

harm +‎ -er

NounEdit

harmer (plural harmers)

  1. (very rare) One who harms.
    • 1961, Sietze Buning, A linguistic analysis of words referring to monsters in Beowulf:
      Turning to the post-Beowulf Cynewulfian poems, one notes the same duality between spiritual and natural "harmers" in the use of the word.
    • 2013, James P. Sterba, From Rationality to Equality, page 180:
      And if the rich succeed in using the surplus, they would also be the first harmers because the poor are thereby made worse off.

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VerbEdit

harmer

  1. present tense of harme