Definition of Captivators

1. Noun. (plural of captivator) ¹



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Definition of Captivators

1. captivator [n] - See also: captivator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Captivators

captioning
captionless
captions
captious
captiously
captiousness
captiousnesses
captivate
captivated
captivates
captivating
captivatingly
captivation
captivations
captivator
captivators (current term)
captive
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captived
captively
captives
captiving
captivities
captivity
captodative
captopril
captoprils
captor
captors

Literary usage of Captivators

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1. Nick of the Woods: Or, The Jibbenainosay; a Tale of Kentucky by Robert Montgomery Bird (1853)
"And then, friend thee sees, there was no stopping, there being the third of thee captivators to lool after ; and, truly, as I had done so much, ..."

2. Old New England Churches and Their Children by Mary Schell Hoke Bacon (1906)
"November, by a scout under my command, and, according to a resolve passed by the Honorable Continental Congress, that all prizes belong to the captivators ..."

3. Orations & Essays of Edward John Phelps: Diplomat and Statesman by Edward John Phelps (1901)
"November by a scout under my command; and according to a resolve passed by the Honorable Continental Congress that all prizes belong to the captivators ..."

4. Seeing the Eastern States by John Thomson Faris (1922)
"... belong to the captivators thereof, therefore she and her Child became the just Property of the ..."

5. Vermont: The Green Mountain State by Walter Hill Crockett (1921)
"... (prizes) belong to the captivators thereof—therefore She and her Child became the just Property of the ..."

6. Catalogue of the Principal Officers of Vermont: As Connected with Its by Leonard Deming (1851)
"... belong to the captivators thereof—therefore She and her Child became the just Property of the ..."

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