American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One who reveals, especially one who reveals divine will.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes a revelation; a revealer.
- n. In photography, a developing agent for dry plates.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare One who makes a revelation; a revealer.
“The sermon, however, was almost wholly about John the "revelator," and not on the text at all.”
“By virtue of its inherent and perpetual galling disregard for every little thing, it has established itself a purifier and a revelator.”
“But only the church's "prophet, seer and revelator" can receive messages for the whole faith and the world.”
“And she comes at it from the inside, as a tenth-generation Mormon whose great-great grandfather, Heber Orson Maxwell O'Donovan, migrated to Utah, across the plains as a Mormon pioneer in 1847 with none other than Brigham Young himself, the second prophet, seer, and revelator of the Mormon Church.”
“In the morning King Corvus summoned me, and I rubbed charcoal on my eyelids before I went to see him, so I might look more like a revelator.”
“He is John David, named after John the revelator, and David, his father.”
“That anyone with any powers of discernment should confess PZ Myers as a latter-day revelator of self-evident, absolute Truth?”
“But his followers still consider him a prophet, a seer, a revelator, a descendant of Jesus Christ.”
“Six years after Honkytonk Man, Clint turned again to music and musicians when he directed Forest Whitaker as jazz revelator Charlie Parker in Bird.”
“But his followers still see him as a prophet, a seer, a revelator, a descendant of Jesus Christ.”
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