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Definition of "nominator" []

  • To propose as a candidate, esp for an elective office (verb)
  • To appoint to an office or position (verb)
  • To name (someone) to act on one's behalf, esp to conceal one's identity (verb)
  • To stand as a candidate in an election (verb)
  • To name, entitle, or designate (verb)
  • Having a particular name (adjective)
  • One who nominates, the enactor of a nomination. (noun)

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Use "nominator" in a sentence
  • "My reader asks, "What exactly do they mean by" nominator "and 'nominee' here?""
  • "My reader asks, "What exactly do they mean by "nominator " and 'nominee' here?""
  • "An individual's nomination must be done by a "nominator," such as a colleague, with supporting letters from an administrator, a student and a parent."