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decorator

[dek-uh-rey-ter] /ˈdɛk əˌreɪ tər/
noun
2.
a person who decorates.
adjective
3.
harmonizing with or suitable for a scheme of interior decoration:
appliances in decorator colors.
Origin of decorator
1745-1755
1745-55; decorate + -or2
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  • The decorator deals with secondary light—that is, light reflected by more or less diffusely reflecting objects.

    Artificial Light M. Luckiesh
  • Your decorator may be a very able man, but that isn't the question.

  • In fact, supplementary lights to the general illumination are a convenience that the decorator should consider.

    Color Value C. R. Clifford
  • The circuit used by the decorator of this box is dextral or sunwise.

  • His note as a decorator of the hoardings is as distinct as it is agreeable.

    Picture Posters Charles Hiatt
  • The decorator should study these matters of illusion, for they are vital to the success of his labor.

    Color Value C. R. Clifford
British Dictionary definitions for decorator

decorator

/ˈdɛkəˌreɪtə/
noun
1.
(Brit) a person whose profession is the painting and wallpapering of buildings
2.
a person who decorates
3.
See interior decorator (sense 1)
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Word Origin and History for decorator
n.

1755, agent noun in Latin form from decorate.

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