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Definition of the noun celebrator

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noun - plural: celebrators

  1. a person who is celebrating

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Google previewWorkmen and heroes (1894)

by Charles Francis Horne

chief celebrator is the metrical writer Blind Harry, or Harry. 100 WORKMEN AND HEROES.

Google previewThe Wall Street Journal Guide to Business Style and Us (2010)

by Paul Martin

celebrant, celebrator A celebrant is someone who conducts a religious ceremony, such as a Mass. Celebrator is the better term for a reveler. cellphone The short form for cellular telephone is one word, but cellular phone is two.

Google previewGarner's Modern American Usage (2009)

by Bryan Garner

Celebrator is the better word for one who celebrates—e.g.: “Never let it be said that we last-minute celebrators have to be satisfied with the leftovers, the discards , the old and the ugly.” Warren Berry, “Our Favorite Things,” Newsday (N.Y.), ...

Google previewGarner's Modern English Usage (2016)

by Bryan Garner

Celebrator is the better word for someone who celebrates—e.g.: “Never let it be said that we last-minute celebrators have to be satisfied with the leftovers, the discards, the old and the ugly.” Warren Berry, “Our Favorite Things,” Newsday ( N.Y.), ...

Google previewBell's Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland (1890)

by Robert Bell, William Bell, George Watson

By the law of Scotland, clandestine marriages are as valid and effectual as regular marriages; but the parties, celebrator and witnesses, are liable to certain penalties. By 1661, c. 34, the parties are liable to imprisonment for three months, and ...

Google previewA Dictionary and Digest of the Law of Scotland (1838)

With Short Explanations of the Most Ordinary English Law Terms by William Bell (d.1839)

By the law of Scotland, clandestine marriages are as valid and effectual as regular marriages; but the parties, celebrator and witnesses, are liable to certain penalties. By 1661, c. 34, the parties are liable to imprisonment for three months, and ...

Google previewFowler's Dictionary of Modern English Usage (2015)

by Henry Watson Fowler, Jeremy Butterfield

and the word is used alongside celebrator in this general sense, as it is very ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Historical Slang (2003)

by Eric Partridge

A celebrator of prison, hence of irregular, marriages; a hedge priest. Coll. Late C. 17– early 19. Orig. and mainly Scottish. cf. COUPLE-BEGGAR. buckle-bosom . A constable: C.17: coll. Mabbe's translation of Guzmand'Alfarache. buckle down .

Google previewThe Oratorical Dictionary (1835)

by John Newland Maffitt

celebrating ; past, celebrated: s, celebration, celebrator, celebrity. CELER'ITY. s. Swiftness, speed, velocity, despatch. CELESTIAL. adj. Heavenly; relating to the ...

Google previewBryson's Dictionary for Writers and Editors (2011)

by Bill Bryson

celebrant, celebrator. The first is the term for persons taking part in religious ceremonies. Those who gather for purposes of revelry are celebrators. celibacy does not, ...

Google previewThe New Georgia Encyclopedia Companion to Georgia Literature (2011)

by Hugh Ruppersburg, John C. Inscoe

As an artist, critic, and public celebrator of poetry, ...

Google previewBryson's Dictionary of Troublesome Words (2004)

by Bill Bryson

celebrator. “All this is music to the ears of James Bond fan club members . . . and to other celebrants who descend on New Orleans each November 11" (New York Timer). Celebrants take part in religious ...

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Video shows what celebrator means. A person who celebrates or praises.. Celebrator Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...

Scrabble value of C3E1L1E1B3R1A1T1O1R1

The value of this 10-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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