Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who manipulates, in any sense of that word.
- n. An exercising-machine, or a device for rubbing the body.
- n. In photography, a tool for holding a glass plate during preparation or development.
- n. In telegraphy, the transmitter of a dialtelegraph.
- n. A machine for handling hot blooms and billets in iron- and steel-manufacturing. A series of parallel rollers of equal diameter, all geared together and turning one way, carry the blooms or billets along in the desired direction, while a series of crescent-shaped arms working between the rollers turn over the blooms or billets as required, without interfering with their transmission.
Sci. Amer., N. S., LIX. 166.
- n. Agent noun of manipulate; one who manipulates.
- n. A device which can be used to move, arrange or operate something.
- n. A puppeteer, especially one controlling marionettes.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who manipulates, sometimes in an underhanded or fraudulent manner.
- n. an agent that operates some apparatus or machine
- n. a person who handles things manually
- to manipulate + -or. (Wiktionary)
“You are what they call a manipulator of stocks; that means that you're living on the weaknesses of other people, and it almost means that you get your daily bread, yes, and your cake and your wine, too, from the production of others.”
“On the other hand, every vile manipulator is entitled to the best possible defense.”
“The master feel good mind manipulator is saddened by her wayward "Jesus" and must come reining down to spread her pixie dust and re-christen the Annointed One.”
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“Louise Martin tells us that 'they did not know what to call the manipulator-actor back in that day,' and that Van Volkenburg, with some misgivings, hit on the word puppeteer following from the term for a mule-driver, a muleteer.”
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