They could not adopt this new rgime, and the propagator must be silenced.
The church has been the conserver and propagator of spiritual force.
Juan de Causadas, a prebendary of Tudela, was an ardent disciple of Molinos and propagator of his doctrines.
He was the pioneer, the leader, the propagator, of Universalism.
Air, the propagator and transmitter of sound, was absent from her surface.
Elephanta has become in this way the symbol and propagator of a debasing superstition.
And is not a fallen star an appropriate symbol of its propagator?
He on his side took a keen interest in his disciple, discerning in him the propagator of the Pitt doctrine and tradition.
He might be the propagator of the stock of honor, or the root of it, as he thought proper.
He is only the propagator of portions of such a conception, and of the minor ideas which they suggest.
1560s, "to cause to multiply," from Latin propagatus, past participle of propagare "to set forward, extend, procreate" (see propagation). Intransitive sense "reproduce one's kind" is from c.1600. Related: Propagated; propagating.
propagate prop·a·gate (prŏp'ə-gāt')
v. prop·a·gat·ed, prop·a·gat·ing, prop·a·gates
To cause an organism to multiply or breed.
To breed offspring.
To transmit characteristics from one generation to another.
To cause to move in some direction or through a medium, such as a wave or a nerve impulse.