from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who or that which mitigates.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who, or that which, mitigates.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun Something that
- noun Someone who mitigates
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"We decided to reduce the risk in the real-estate portfolio and increase its income orientation as a risk mitigator," Mr. Dear said.
Maybe her role on the court can be as mitigator between the extremes we now have.
Now as to the first Inoculation for the small pox is almost always a great mitigator of the evils of that disease.
Granted, I don't read him daily, so maybe I've missed some important mitigator.
So it might be a mitigator; it ` s not a justifier.
Another mitigator, though: Jobama/Obiden talked only for a combined 35 minutes, which was perfect.
In preparation for the possibility of a guilty verdict and sentencing, they hired mitigator Julie Norman whose skills as a therapist and counselor might help draw Betsy out and bring some manner of sympathy to her case.
Julie Norman sat with me for hours and explained what it meant to be a mitigator, opening my eyes to the seemingly impossible task of trying to find good in some very bad people.
Several years later, Julie began taking on cases as a mitigator, and Marijane was among the first to hire her based on the recommendation of a mutual friend.
To prepare for this possibility, Marijane had hired Julie Norman, a professional mitigator.