Definition of consummator in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkänsəˌmātər/


See consummate

‘The basic question is not when the consummation will be but who will be the consummator.’
  • ‘Biotech companies themselves became more frequent consummators of partnerships with other biotechs.’
  • ‘After all, theology's main object of study is the living God, creator, redeemer, and consummator of the world.’
  • ‘The classic understanding rises from the more radical inclusiveness of God's mercy toward all, as creator of all, redeemer of all, and consummator of all history.’
  • ‘The generation of liberators leaves the tasks of history to the generation of consummators who, in turn, leave it to the builders.’