from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who concocts.

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

  • noun One who concocts.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun One who, or that which, concocts.


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  • "Goldman Sachs represents U.S. interests, and its ultimate target is China," the concocter of the Hank Project writes, adding that its "goal is to make China its slave."

    China's Anti-Goldman Sachs Book

  • Une pure comédie ‘people’ comme seule la Grande-Bretagne sait en concocter.

    French exchange

  • Une pure comédie ‘people’ comme seule la Grande-Bretagne sait en concocter.

    blind indifference

  • William H. Attree, a man of uncommon abilities as a reporter and a concocter of pithy as well as ludicrous chapters greatly calculated to captivate many readers.

    Lippincott's Magazine, Vol. 26, August, 1880 of Popular Literature and Science

  • Could it be that he was but a "poseur," a dealer in false words, a concocter of the non-existent?

    Europe After 8:15

  • Through the dim and sordid inferno, I moved as in a trance for awhile, and that is what makes me so keen to warn those who fancy they are safe; that is what makes me so discontented with the peculiar ethical conceptions of a society which bows down before the concocter of drink and spurns the lost one whom drink seizes.

    The Ethics of Drink and Other Social Questions Joints In Our Social Armour

  • When the last chorus had ceased, the boys, who had had a long march that morning, and were thoroughly tired, stole quietly off to bed, but it was not till long after they had gone to sleep that the jovial party round the fire broke up, and that Sam was relieved from his duties of concocter of punch.

    The Young Buglers

  • Irishman, as concocter of punch, and his office was by no means a sinecure.

    The Young Buglers

  • Lord Shaftesbury was the great patron of Titus Oates, the concocter of the plot, and the perjured murderer of scores of innocent men.

    An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800

  • As soon as the concocter of the plot had left them, the two princesses, who anticipated a large share in the glory which she was to win from the gentleman, set themselves on the watch, and when he went out they followed him into the gallery.

    The Heptameron of Margaret, Queen of Navarre


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