Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who commemorates.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun One who commemorates.

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  • noun A person who commemorates something

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Examples

  • In some cases, it is the documentarian, the commemorator, who becomes a cultural icon.

    Kristen Paglia: Arts Education Makes America Stronger by Making Stronger Americans

  • In some cases, it is the documentarian, the commemorator, who becomes a cultural icon.

    Kristen Paglia: Arts Education Makes America Stronger by Making Stronger Americans

  • Atlan has assumed the traditional role of Jewish intellectual as preserver of memory and commemorator of catastrophe.

    Liliane Atlan.

  • He died in 1633, and his name was Greenhill, which inspired his commemorator with a motto for his brass, "Mors super virides montes," and ten curious lines: --

    Highways and Byways in Surrey

  • He spent a happy week in that bright circle, in which the present commemorator has often since moved, and heard members of it over and over again describe its happy scenes; sometimes, the younger sister, my own especial friend; at other times the animated brother.

    Thaddeus of Warsaw

  • Its name of "The Bridal Veil" is one of the few successes in fantastic nomenclature; for, to one viewing it in profile, its snowy sheet, broken into the filmy silver lace of spray and falling quite free of the brow of the precipice, might well seem the veil worn by the earth at her granite wedding, -- no commemorator of any fifty-years 'bagatelle like the golden one, but crowning the one-millionth anniversary of her nuptials.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 13, No. 80, June, 1864

  • Israel Potter seems purposely to have waited to make his, popular advent under the present exalted patronage, seeing that your Highness, according to the definition above, may, in the loftiest sense, be deemed the Great Biographer: the national commemorator of such of the anonymous privates of June 17, 1775, who may never have received other requital than the solid reward of your granite.

    Israel Potter

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