Examples of demonstrator in a Sentence
Thousands of demonstrators marched through the streets.
Recent Examples of demonstrator from the Web
Last month’s America First! demonstration on Main Beach drew more than 2,500 people, including hordes of counter-demonstrators, some of whom claimed Benitez is a white supremacist and racist.
Earlier this year, Jack, Audi's autonomous demonstrator, took New York lawmakers out for rides to familiarize them with driveless tech.
Among other things, the demonstrators were upset that streets and statues memorializing men who led the South during the Civil War are being removed and replaced by those honoring men and women untainted by the stain of slavery.
The hearing was suspended while the demonstrators were removed, NPR reported.
At night, as most of the peaceful demonstrators dispersed, others took their anger out on police cars and nearby businesses, smashing dozens of windows.
If the demonstrators had been carrying their guns concealed, Jamison said, police would not have had a legal basis for disarming them.
The demonstrators retreated down a street, breaking windows with trash cans and throwing objects at police.
According to police, the demonstrators then sprayed bottles with an unknown substance on officers.
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DEMONSTRATOR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of demonstrator for English Language Learners
: a person who is part of an event in which people gather together in order to show that they support or oppose something or someone : a person who participates in a demonstration
: a person who shows other people how something is used or done
DEMONSTRATOR Defined for Kids
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