Definition of contemplator in English:


Pronunciation /ˈkän(t)əmˌplādər/ /ˈkɑn(t)əmˌpleɪdər/


See contemplate

‘We remain passive spectators, rational contemplators, reflecting on our experience.’
  • ‘As expected, many participants were in the preparation stage of change; a quarter were precontemplators, and a fifth contemplators.’
  • ‘For example, while contemplators need to be shown ways to move themselves to action, precontemplators need to be made aware that health risks are associated with their current behaviour.’
  • ‘Notably, these data are indicative of differences between probable noncontemplators, contemplators and maintainers.’
  • ‘The Soul, like the Intelligence, is a unified existent, in spite of its dual capacity as contemplator and actor.’