Definition of Enunciator

1. n. One who enunciates or proclaims.



Definition of Enunciator

1. Noun. One who enunciates or proclaims. ¹

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Definition of Enunciator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Enunciator

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enumeration
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enumerative definition
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enunciator (current term)
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Literary usage of Enunciator

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1. Elements of Electricity: A Practical Discussion of the Fundamental Laws and by Robert Andrews Millikan, American Technical Society, Edwin Sherwood Bishop (1917)
"179, of the automatic enunciator or loud speaking telephone is very similar ... Complete Automatic enunciator System Showing Connections Courtesy of Winkler ..."

2. Secrets of the Sanctum: An Inside View of an Editor's Life by Alonzo F. Hill (1875)
"THE "enunciator." I HAVE some pleasant memories of San Francisco, if it was the scene of bitter trials and "hard luck." Some of the best friends of my whole ..."

3. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1919)
"... but the prospective purchaser is clearly and plainly advised in advance by the enunciator on the vendor exactly what he may expect to receive by way of ..."

4. The Ohio School Journal by Asa D. Lord (1846)
"THE GRADUAL SPELLER, and Complete enunciator, being the first GRADUAL LESSONS IN GRAMMAR, or Guide to the construction of the ..."

5. The Expositor edited by William Robertson Nicoll, Samuel Cox, James Moffatt (1897)
"It lies mainly in the fact that he is the greatest enunciator of Christian ... Nevertheless he is only the enunciator, the expositor of what is in Christ, ..."

6. The American Journal of Education and College Review by Absalom Peters, Henry Barnard, Samuel Sidwell Randall (1856)
"Primary School enunciator, Part I. By ... TO GRADUAL READER ; or, Primary School enunciator, Part IL THIRD, OR GRADUAL READER.—"H'Hb Complete Exercises in ..."

7. The plenary inspiration of the Scriptures asserted, and the principles of by Samuel Noble (1825)
"... or enunciator of communications from God; or, as Parkhurst gives it, more generally, an interpreter of God's will, to whom he freely and familiarly ..."

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