• (noun): One that wears or carries or displays something as a body covering or accessory.
    Example: "The wearer of the crown"

Some articles on wearer:

Technology In Science Fiction - Invisibility - Early Writers
... Unfortunately, it had an evil influence with negative effects on the wearer's actions ... a "scramble suit." This is a flexible sheath covering the body of the wearer with a reflective/refractive coating on the inside surface that transfers the camouflaging pattern- projected by a holographic lens ...
Sweater Design - Comfort Criterion
... Comfort is paramount the sweater should make the wearer feel at ease, in the most general sense ... Finally, a sweater should not make the wearer feel uncomfortable because of its "cut" (e.g ... colors/patterns that the wearer feels are inappropriate) ...
The Mask - Overview
... In all versions the story initially revolves around a magical mask which gives any wearer limitless power and an altered appearance, characterized by a large set of teeth and a green head ... The mask affects the personality of the wearer by removing all personal social inhibitions, causing the wearer to become insane ... dangerous and cruel antiheroes with ultraviolent tendencies, even if this was not the wearer's original intention ...
Cloche Hat - Design
... designed to be worn low on the forehead, with the wearer's eyes only slightly below the brim ... hats indicated different messages about the wearer ... signaled marriage or a flamboyant bow which indicated the wearer was single and interested in mingling ...
Unstable Molecules
... allowing the fabric to conform with the wearer's form and to not succumb to the wearer's powers ... Essentially, it acts as an extension of the wearer's skin ...

Famous quotes containing the word wearer:

    Crotchless trouser allows wearer to show private parts in public. Neoprene-coated nylon pack cloth is stain resistant, water repellent and tickles thighs when walking. Tan-olive shade goes with most fetishes. Adjustable straps attach to belt for good fit and easy up-down. Pant is suitable for fast exposures as well as extended engagements. One size fits all.
    Alfred Gingold, U.S. humorist. Items From Our Catalogue, “Flasher’s Pants,” Avon Books (1982)

    I say, beware of all enterprises that require new clothes, and not rather a new wearer of clothes.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Surely it is one of the simplest laws of taste in dress, that it shall not attract undue attention from the wearer to the worn.
    Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844–1911)