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Definition of Congregator
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Congregator
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1. The Description of Greece by Pausanias (1824)
"This is followed by the temples of Neptune, Proserpine, and Jupiter the congregator. In this last temple there are statues of Jupiter, Venus, and Minerva. ..."
2. Ascamot: Or, Laws and Regulations of the Congregation of Spanish and (1872)
"... or congregator choose to buy ground for one or more graves to be reserved in the Carreira of our burial-ground, for himself or for others ..."
3. The Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley in Verse and Prose, Now First Brought by Robert Browning, W. Tyas Harden, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Harry Buxton Forman, William Groser (1880)
"... of entranced Europe; he created a language, in itself music ami persuasion, out of a chaos of inharmonious barbarisms. He was the congregator of ..."
4. Peacock's Four Ages of Poetry: Shelley's Defence of Poetry, Browning's Essay by Thomas Love Peacock, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Robert Browning (1921)
"He was the congregator of those great spirits who presided over the resurrection of learning; the Lucifer of that starry flock which in the thirteenth ..."
5. Critical Essays of the Early Nineteenth Century by Raymond Macdonald Alden (1921)
"He was the congregator of those great spirits who presided over the resurrection of learning, the Lucifer of that starry flock which in the thirteenth ..."