Definition of commemorator in English:


Pronunciation /-ˌrātər/


See commemorate

‘She left me her journals and memories and pictures, and in 1980 I was not so much hung up as I was a commemorator and an appreciator.’
  • ‘Its aim is to both inspire curious Poles and challenge the thousands of yearly commemorators at the concentration camps in Galician Poland.’
  • ‘And even while the commemorators shared many ideas about civilization and progress, they followed their ideas of civilization and progress to widely divergent conclusions.’
  • ‘Though I never display the flag, I understand why the commemorators do.’
  • ‘The commemorators have done their utmost to evoke and represent Africa, a mystical and glorious Africa, one of beauty, splendour and delight.’