inspirator


in·spi·ra·tor

noun \ˈin(t)-spə-ˌrā-tər, -(ˌ)spi-\

Definition of INSPIRATOR

:  one that inspires <teachers who are inspirators of the young>

First Known Use of INSPIRATOR

1624

Rhymes with INSPIRATOR

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in·spi·ra·tor

noun \ˈin(t)s-pə-ˌrāt-ər, -(ˌ)pir-ˌāt-\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of INSPIRATOR

: a device (as an injector or respirator) by which something (as gas or vapor) is drawn in

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