Definition of Imparter

1. n. One who imparts.



Definition of Imparter

1. Noun. One who imparts. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Imparter

1. one that imparts [n -S] - See also: imparts

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Imparter

imparks
imparl
imparlance
imparlances
imparled
imparling
imparls
imparsonee
imparsonees
impart
impartance
impartances
impartation
impartations
imparted
imparter (current term)
imparters
imparteth
impartial
impartialist
impartialists
impartialities
impartiality
impartially
impartialness
impartibility
impartible
impartibly
imparting
impartment

Literary usage of Imparter

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1. The Library of Original Sources: Ideas that Have Influenced Civilization, in edited by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1915)
"What exists as the imparter of motion or rest may constitute in a way a first principle and essence. Thus there are existing three elements, according to ..."

2. The Library of Original Sources by Oliver Joseph Thatcher (1907)
"What exists as the imparter of motion or rest may constitute in a way a first principle and essence. Thus there are existing three elements, according to ..."

3. The Musical World (1857)
"Now such an impression as the above being peculiar to the imparter alone, it is evident that it cannot be conveyed to others by an appeal to their ..."

4. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities: Being a Continuation of the by Samuel Cheetham (1880)
"That the imparter of the blessing should stand is but in accordance with the natural order of things, and thus is a point universally observed, ..."

5. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1893)
"(j8) The foregoing points afford а тегу close parallel to the usages of the Christian church. That the imparter of the blessing ..."

6. Engineering Facts and Figures by Andrew Betts Brown (1867)
"The wheel on the crank shaft can be regarded only as the imparter, not the reverser, of the motion required. The intermediate wheels affect the position of ..."

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