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institutor Line breaks: in¦sti|tu¦tor
Pronunciation: /ˈɪnstɪtjuːtə/

Definition of institutor in English:

noun

rare
A person who introduces or establishes something.
Example sentences
  • He stands as the mythical representative and institutor of all the festivities of Yule.
  • The Author and institutor of marriage was no other than he that made them: even the great Lord of the Universe.
  • At their best, people of faith minister to others in sick rooms, act as counselors, as empathic fellow-sufferers, and as institutors of healing agencies.

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