teller

Part of speech: noun

One who relates.

Part of speech: noun

A person who receives or pays out money, as in a bank, or who collects and counts ballots.

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Usage examples "teller":

  1. But it was not the teller he worried about back at his own desk: it was himself. - "A Canadian Bankclerk", J. P. Buschlen.
  2. You had the popular hero- the noble warrior who knew his business; and you had also the poet or story- teller who knew his art, could give you a dramatic picture founded upon fact, and could always keep close to reality, without crowding his canvas with unnecessary particulars; he gave you the ruling motives, actions, and feelings of the age. - "Studies in Literature and History", Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall.
  3. Did the fortune- teller say so? - "The Errand Boy", Horatio Alger.