Definition of Commemorators

1. Noun. (plural of commemorator) ¹



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Definition of Commemorators

1. commemorator [n] - See also: commemorator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Commemorators

commedia dell'arte
commelina
commemorabilia
commemorable
commemorate
commemorated
commemorates
commemorating
commemoration
commemorations
commemorative
commemorative sign
commemoratively
commemoratives
commemorator
commemorators (current term)
commemoratory
commemorial
commence
commenced
commencement
commencement ceremony
commencement day
commencement exercise
commencements
commencer
commencers
commences
commencest
commenceth

Literary usage of Commemorators

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1. In the Andamans and Nicobars: The Narrative of a Cruise in the Schooner by Cecil Boden Kloss (1903)
"... one family of the commemorators of the ceremony to the people of a whole village, that the hosts may give a performance in their house on the occasion. ..."

2. Picturesque History of Yorkshire: Being an Account of the History by Joseph Smith Fletcher (1900)
"It is on the grave of a wife whose commemorators seem to have thought her hardly dealt with, if not exactly imposed upon :— " Farewell, my husband and ..."

3. Alice-for-short: A Dichronism by William Frend De Morgan (1907)
"... the reception of visitors anxious that somebody else should not be forgotten, and that they themselves should be borne in mind as his commemorators. ..."

4. Boston, the Place and the People by Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe (1903)
"Indeed the spirit of contemporary annalists of the occasion is rather that of persons who are themselves making history than of mere commemorators of the ..."

5. Mazzini, and Other Essays by Henry Demarest Lloyd (1910)
"None of their commemorators has said more reverential words of the Puritans than he. But he passes in one sentence from an almost choral admiration of the ..."

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