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.