Sir Tim Berners Lee is the inventor of the World Wide Web.
They included both William Davenant, a godson of Shakespeare and Sir John Suckling, the inventor of the card game cribbage.
Here, I thought for years my father had been a cook, but apparently he was an inventor.
Andrew Breitbart was an innovator and inventor, a man who as much as any shaped the media culture of the Internet age.
The quoted words come from one of the correspondents of the painter and inventor, Samuel FB Morse.
Such a procedure would clearly annihilate the inventor, offering him up as a sacrifice to the author or composer.
He rose to influence as a Commissary-general, then retired from the army and became an inventor.
By many, indeed, Newton is regarded as the inventor of the reflector.
All of them spoke in the highest terms of the inventor and the man.
This is burlesque, and Pulci seems to have been the inventor of the genre.
c.1500, "a discoverer," from Latin inventor (fem. inventrix) "contriver, author, discoverer," agent noun from past participle stem of invenire (see invention). Meaning "one who contrives or produces a new thing or process" is from 1550s.