Definition of Ovator

1. one who ovates [n -S] - See also: ovates



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ovator

ovarium disjunctum
ovarium gyratum
ovarium lobatum
ovarium masculinum
ovary
ovaryless
ovate
ovate leaf
ovated
ovately
ovates
ovating
ovation
ovational
ovations
ovator (current term)
ovators
ovel
ovels
oven
oven-proof
oven-ready
oven broil
oven dry ton
oven glove
oven gloves
oven mitt
oven mitts
oven stuffer
oven stuffer roaster

Literary usage of Ovator

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1. ... The French Revolution by Hippolyte Taine, John Durand (1878)
"As soon as one enters a corporation," says an ovator, " one must love it as one loves a family; "2 the affections and obedience are all to be monopolized by ..."

2. Dionysius Longinus on the Sublime: Translated from the Greek. With Notes and by Longinus (1800)
"If any one, says a great ovator*, should " hear a sudden out-cry before the tribunal, " whilst another brings the news that the pri- " son is burst open and ..."

3. Flora scotica, or, A description of Scottish plants, arranged both according by William Jackson Hooker (1821)
"... stem with only a pair of ovator elliptical opposite leaves, column of fructification having an appendage in which the anther is placed. Brown in Hort. ..."

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