Now "circulator" in Latin means a charlatan—that is enough for Guy Patin.
Look here, beer-seller; I want you to understand that I am not a circulator of counterfeit money!
Hill, the circulator of the Post, caused the arrest of five of the little fellows and they were locked up.
The circulating water, after passing through the condenser, discharges overboard through the circulator discharge pipe.
Controls are all in place and wired at the factory except connection to circulator.
"one who puts (something) in circulation," 1755, agent noun in Latin form from circulate (v.). Classical Latin circulator meant "peddler, hawker," a sense attested occasionally in English 17c. and after.