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  • noun In algae, a filament of cells involved with photosynthesis, usually full of chloroplasts

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  • noun someone (especially a child) who learns (as from a teacher) or takes up knowledge or beliefs

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Examples

  • The assimilator is the one who made these insinuations and slanders ", he commented.

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  • Baseball has taken an awkward step from great assimilator to great divider.

    Bad Sports

  • Baseball has always prided itself on being the great secular assimilator.

    Bad Sports

  • Baseball has taken an awkward step from great assimilator to great divider.

    Bad Sports

  • Baseball has taken an awkward step from great assimilator to great divider.

    Bad Sports

  • Baseball has always prided itself on being the great secular assimilator.

    Bad Sports

  • Baseball has taken an awkward step from great assimilator to great divider.

    Bad Sports

  • Baseball has always prided itself on being the great secular assimilator.

    Bad Sports

  • Baseball has always prided itself on being the great secular assimilator.

    Bad Sports

  • Those who really know what originality is are not long the slave of the power of imitation: it is the gifted assimilator that suffers most under the spell of mastery.

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