Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who forms or creates; a creator.

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

  • noun rare A former; a fashioner.

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  • noun obsolete One who forms or fashions.

Etymologies

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Latin

Examples

  • The text “Cunctorum plasmator summus” is not otherwise kniwn, and probably has no liturgical function.

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  • This feature explains the title sometimes given to this mass, Missa cunctorum plasmator summus.

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  • Most dear Son, — Amongst the gifts, graces, and prerogatives, with which the sovereign plasmator God Almighty hath endowed and adorned human nature at the beginning, that seems to me most singular and excellent by which we may in a mortal state attain to a kind of immortality, and in the course of this transitory life perpetuate our name and seed, which is done by a progeny issued from us in the lawful bonds of matrimony.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Most dear Son, — Amongst the gifts, graces, and prerogatives, with which the sovereign plasmator God Almighty hath endowed and adorned human nature at the beginning, that seems to me most singular and excellent by which we may in a mortal state attain to a kind of immortality, and in the course of this transitory life perpetuate our name and seed, which is done by a progeny issued from us in the lawful bonds of matrimony.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Most dear Son, -- Amongst the gifts, graces, and prerogatives, with which the sovereign plasmator God Almighty hath endowed and adorned human nature at the beginning, that seems to me most singular and excellent by which we may in a mortal state attain to a kind of immortality, and in the course of this transitory life perpetuate our name and seed, which is done by a progeny issued from us in the lawful bonds of matrimony.

    Gargantua and Pantagruel, Illustrated, Book 2

  • If all the lines traced on those numberless sheets of paper and parchment could enter in good order into your brain, you, sir, would know all, could do all, would be the master of Nature, the plasmator of things, you would hold the whole world between the two fingers of your hand as I now hold these grains of tobacco. "

    The Queen Pedauque

  • I'm thinking about one of those sweet Italian jobs ...; o) tyr: this is not a very good article the generalizations made at the beginning are truly ridiculous. where are the stats that say urban move-ins ... plasmator: At the end of the day, Huebert is stuck between a rock and a hard place.

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  • I'm thinking about one of those sweet Italian jobs ...; o) tyr: this is not a very good article the generalizations made at the beginning are truly ridiculous. where are the stats that say urban move-ins ... plasmator: At the end of the day, Huebert is stuck between a rock and a hard place.

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  • I'm thinking about one of those sweet Italian jobs ...; o) tyr: this is not a very good article the generalizations made at the beginning are truly ridiculous. where are the stats that say urban move-ins ... plasmator: At the end of the day, Huebert is stuck between a rock and a hard place.

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  • I'm thinking about one of those sweet Italian jobs ...; o) tyr: this is not a very good article the generalizations made at the beginning are truly ridiculous. where are the stats that say urban move-ins ... plasmator: At the end of the day, Huebert is stuck between a rock and a hard place.

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