Meaning of adulator in English:

adulator

noun

See adulate

  • ‘In the crush at Sardi's, a tiny figure broke through the crowd of adulators to tell Rodgers: ‘This show of yours will run forever.’’
  • ‘No one likes a smarmy adulator.’
  • ‘That many in the eighteenth century actively resisted what seemed to them classical cultural imperialism, something supported by contemporaries they considered spineless adulators and imitators, may be less widely understood.’
  • ‘I told Graves I was fan club president, chief of many adulators.’

Pronunciation

adulator

/ˈadjʊˌleɪtə/