messenger


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See: forerunner, harbinger, informer, liaison, plenipotentiary, proxy, representative, spokesman

MESSENGER. A person appointed to perform certain duties, generally of a ministerial character.
     2. In England, a messenger appointed under the bankrupt laws, is an officer who is authorized to execute the lawful commands of commissioners of bankrupts.

References in classic literature ?
MESSENGER He passed indeed for one of Laius' house.
OEDIPUS Elders, if I, who never yet before Have met the man, may make a guess, methinks I see the herdsman who we long have sought; His time-worn aspect matches with the years Of yonder aged messenger; besides I seem to recognize the men who bring him As servants of my own.
MESSENGER His fellow-countrymen should best know that.
MESSENGER True, but thy savior in that hour, my son.
MESSENGER Friend, he that stands before thee was that child.
MESSENGER Well, thou mast then remember giving me A child to rear as my own foster-son?
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 7, 2019-: Global Couriers and Messengers Market Report 2019 with Profiles of Deutsche Post DHL Group, United Parcel Service, FedEx, Japan Post Holdings, Schenker
"We believe people should be able to talk to anyone anywhere," Messenger's Head of Consumer Product, Asha Sharma, said while announcing all the new features coming to Messenger 5.
Bat Messenger has all of the basic messaging tools users are going to need, including send text, audio & video messages, photos, files, group chats, and audio & video calls.
To give reactions, make a call, send photos, and more, you are still required to open the Messenger app, Fast Company reported.
However, you should first update your messenger app to get the new feature which is now available in both iOS and Android versions of Messenger.