Definitions

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  • n. A person who celebrates or praises.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who celebrates; a praiser.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See celebrater.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a person who is celebrating

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If the 'celebrator' can't be named, his or her comment doesn't need to be included.

    Mikey Likes It!

  • He was a travelling carnival in a three thousand dollar suit, barking miracles yet unseen on Earth, a great lover of life, a celebrator of the little things, a glimmer of mindless hope, a grasshopper dancing merrily over the spider web of reality in which the rest of us twisted until consumed.

    Under the Buttonwood Tree (Excerpt)

  • Then the poetry establishment's outsized accolades gave them too big an idea of themselves, and they each turned into an image of what they were supposed to be like: Olds the intrepid forager among women's dirty little secrets, Graham the Old World philosopher-deconstructer of language, Glück the pithy celebrator of the domestic everyday event, Levine the working-class sage with no chips on his shoulders.

    Anis Shivani: Philip Levine and Other Mediocrities: What it Takes to Ascend to the Poet Laureateship

  • Then the poetry establishment's outsized accolades gave them too big an idea of themselves, and they each turned into an image of what they were supposed to be like: Olds the intrepid forager among women's dirty little secrets, Graham the Old World philosopher-deconstructer of language, Glück the pithy celebrator of the domestic everyday event, Levine the working-class sage with no chips on his shoulders.

    Anis Shivani: Philip Levine and Other Mediocrities: What it Takes to Ascend to the Poet Laureateship

  • Khair concludes by speculating that one can only imagine the Reader-without-History as a non-reader, as a passive receptor, as a simple celebrator of the text, not as someone who interprets, guesses, digs.

    The State of Criticism

  • Anyway, just commit yourself to becoming a passionate celebrator of the great work that those around you are doing.

    The Leader Who Had No Title

  • But it's all kept very low key with no rock-star nonsense by surf-celebrator Malloy, whose stylish documentary elevates all of the tour's nuances Endless Summer-style, with human moments outweighing grandeur and without the bro-chatter of the latter.

    Mike Ragogna: HuffPost Reviews: Jack Johnson, R.E.M., Train, Dolly, Carly, and More, Plus U2 Plays The Rose Bowl, and This Week's New Albums

  • You may be separated from loved ones, or Jewish or Buddhist or a Kwanzaa celebrator.

    Lea Lane: If You Don't Celebrate Christmas ....

  • The journey of my heart eventually led me to the mystic Sufi poet and celebrator of love ~ Rumi.

    The Poet Of Love Is Rumi

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    The Poet Of Love Is Rumi

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