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institutor

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

noun

rare
A person who introduces or establishes something.
Example sentences
  • The insitutor of it was the great prophet Elias, who three times made fire come down from heaven to punish the Idolaters.
  • 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.
  • The first and most wise institutors of religions and ceremonies, ordained that prayers, singings, and all manner of divine worships whatsoever, should not be performed without lighted candles or torches.

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