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annunciator

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noun an·nun·ci·a·tor \ə-ˈnən(t)-sē-ˌā-tər\

Definition of annunciator

  1. :  one that annunciates; specifically :  a usually electrically controlled signal board or indicator

annunciatory

play \-sē-ə-ˌtȯr-ē\ adjective


Circa 1753

First Known Use of annunciator

circa 1753

Rhymes with annunciator

accelerator, accommodator, accumulator, administrator, adulterator, alienator, alleviator, annihilator, anticipator, appreciator, appropriator, assassinator, attenuator, continuator, calumniator, collaborator, commemorator, communicator, conciliator, congratulator, consolidator, contaminator, cooperator, coordinator, corroborator, defibrillator, delineator, denominator, depreciator, determinator, discriminator, disseminator, dissimulator, ejaculator, eliminator, emancipator, enumerator, equivocator, eradicator, evaporator, exterminator, extrapolator, facilitator, grain elevator, impersonator, improvisator, incinerator, inseminator, interrogator, intimidator, investigator, negotiator, oxygenator, pacificator, perambulator, predestinator, procrastinator, purificator, redecorator, refrigerator, regenerator, resuscitator, sooner or later, subordinator, totalizator


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