Definition of "interpolator" [in•ter•po•la•tor]

  • One who, or that which, interpolates. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "interpolator" in a sentence
  • "Vermes 'Vermes 'Furthermore, a Christian interpolator would be presumed to use phrases borrowed from the New Testament such as "mighty deeds" or "signs" instead of the neutral "paradoxical deeds"."
  • "Vermes actually thinks a Christian interpolator would never have put on the lips of a Jew like Josephus a phrase used in the New Testament as coming from 'uncommitted witnesses'."
  • "It seems to me that all this is too elaborate for an interpolator: it smacks of Xenophon in his arm-chair, theorising and half-dreaming over his political philosophy."