Definition of Cremator

1. n. One who, or that which, cremates or consumes to ashes.

Definition of Cremator

1. Noun. One who, or that which, cremates or consumes to ashes. ¹

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Definition of Cremator

1. one that cremates [n -S] - See also: cremates

Lexicographical Neighbors of Cremator

cremation chamber
cremator (current term)
creme anglais
creme brulee
creme brulees
creme caramel
creme de cacao
creme de fraise

Literary usage of Cremator

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Collection and Disposal of Municipal Waste by William Francis Morse (1908)
"AMERICAN GARBAGE cremator Co. AND MR. SAMUEL G. BROWN, BOSTON. ... The Brown cremator, Fig. 37, was 28^ feet long, 9 feet wide and 6y2 feet high. ..."

2. The Removal and Disposal of Town Refuse by William Henry Maxwell (1898)
"Jonest Patent Fume cremator. — This contrivance has been the refuge of many of ... Hence it is that we find the "cremator" forming an essential part of a ..."

3. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1890)
"But since cremation has been accepted as the best means, the question now is, which is the best form of cremator—which best fulfils the primary condition of ..."

4. The Economic Disposal of Towns' Refuse by Walter Francis Goodrich (1901)
"To briefly describe the cremator, in each of the cremating chambers there is a pair of upwardly convergent tubular or hollow garbage supporting ..."

5. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1904)
"Dixon cremator to be built. Baltimore. Reduction plant now in operation. Butte. ... Dixon cremator in process of construction. Des Moines. ..."

6. A Treatise on Public Health and Its Applications in Different European by Albert Julius Palmberg (1895)
"Letts' Wharf and Dust cremator.—Cattle Markets.— Abattoirs.—Resume of Drainage Systems.—Systems of Water-closets.— General Rules as to the Construction of ..."

7. List of Works Relating to City Wastes and Street Hygiene by New York Public Library (1912)
"Since 1891 Lowell has operated a refuse cremator under the control of the health board. ANNUAL report of the superintendent of streets, 1876-1911. ..."

8. The Economic Disposal of Towns' Refuse by Walter Francis Goodrich (1901)
"It should be pointed out that the fuel for the cremator was usually coke breeze-or coke ; thus the independent fire to make up for the failure of the ..."

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