Meaning of desecrator in English:

desecrator

Pronunciation /ˈdɛsɪkreɪtə/

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noun

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‘Yet in many ways he remains an outlier and an oddity on the cultural scene, a cult figure with plenty of worshippers and plenty of desecrators.’
  • ‘Until then, we must depend on the statue desecrators to remind the nation about choices and consequences.’
  • ‘I'm sure the town's force could narrow down the possible desecrators to a similar number of miscreants.’
  • ‘It didn't seem to occur to him that the desecrators might come later.’
  • ‘She had the misfortune to be married to that monster of self-indulgence Henry VIII, the desecrator of our monasteries.’