Agent noun of inaugurate; one who inaugurates.(noun)
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"(1596-1650), rightly described as the inaugurator of modern philosophy, thus held the view that only in his own thought-activity does man find"
"As the inaugurator of a performance and composition tradition of song, drums, and dances in Israel, Miriam continues to resonate throughout its musical life (see Pss 68: 25; 81: 2; 150: 4)."
"Paul de Man, a Yale professor and inaugurator of deconstruction in the United States, was found after his death to have written over a hundred articles for the Belgian collaborationist newspaper Le Soir."