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creator

[kree-ey-ter] /kriˈeɪ tər/
noun
1.
a person or thing that creates.
2.
the Creator, God.
Origin
1250-1300
1250-1300; Middle English creato(u)r < Latin creātor, equivalent to creā(re) to create, be the home of, bear + -tor -tor
Related forms
creatorship, noun
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Examples for creator
  • In any case, the work would be out of its creator's hands for good.
  • What really mattered, they argued, was what each work of art expressed about its creator's inner state.
  • The writer of this blog isn't the creator of said exhibit.
  • Only a half-wit creator trying to escape hunger, poverty and illness would resort to such idiotic demands.
  • As opposed to the solar-powered mole creator, aka skin.
  • The domain in which the creator exists and the created universe.
  • No creator involved, except the creator of the laws of physics.
  • It is therefore not only a poetical license, but also philosophically correct, when beauty is named our second creator.
  • The spirit of the world, the great calm presence of the creator, comes not forth to the sorceries of opium or of wine.
  • Reindeer website's popularity a surprise to creator.
British Dictionary definitions for creator

creator

/kriːˈeɪtə/
noun
1.
a person or thing that creates; originator
Derived Forms
creatorship, noun
creatress, creatrix, noun:feminine

Creator

/kriːˈeɪtə/
noun
1.
the Creator, an epithet of God
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Word Origin and History for creator
creator
c.1300, "Supreme Being," from Anglo-Fr. creatour, O.Fr. creator (academic and liturgical, alongside popular creere), from L. creatorem, from creatus (see create). Translated in O.E. as scieppend (from verb scieppan; see shape). Meaning "one who creates" is from 1570s.
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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