One who shoots an arrow from a bow or a bolt from a crossbow. (noun)
comparative form of arch: more arch(adjective)
Examples of word archer
The archer is not responsible; instead he has channeled spirituality in a manner ignorant of the confines of his self, and indifferent to the external effect.
From a laudable desire to assert the dignity of his theme, Procopius defends the soldiers of his own time against the morose critics, who confined that respectable name to the heavy-armed warriors of antiquity, and maliciously observed, that the word archer is introduced by Homer 8 as a term of contempt.
The second movement was called the archer because it separated the arms in a bow-stretching action.
The archer is a past master, but also a masterpiece, of devastating stillness.
The 1st apperance splash of the archer was a direct copy of my friend's character concept splash.
Iyarri Anatolian god of war and plagues, known as an archer “Lord of the Bow”, similar to Greek god Apollo.
He could see that the archer was a man of honor and fairness.
For example, he left out the fact that the archer was his ex-girlfriend who, by the way, was on Portland State's archery team and had a restraining order against her ex.