Definition of Depurator

1. n. One who, or that which, cleanses.



Definition of Depurator

1. Noun. One who, or that which, cleanses. ¹

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Definition of Depurator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Depurator

depucelated
depucelates
depucelating
depulization
depulsion
depulsory
depurant
depurants
depurate
depurated
depurates
depurating
depuration
depurations
depurative
depurator (current term)
depurators
depuratory
depurgatory
depurination
depurinization
depurition
depuritions
deputable
deputation
deputations
deputator
depute
deputed
deputes

Literary usage of Depurator

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1. List of the Specimens of the British Animals in the Collection of the by John Edward Gray, George Robert Gray, Adam White, British Museum (Natural History), James Francis Stephens, Frederick Smith, Henry Denny, Henry Tibbats Stainton, Edwin Shepherd (1848)
"Cancer depurator, (?) Linn. Syst. Nat. p. 1043, 23. Cancer depurator ... Portunus depurator, Leach, Ed. Enc. vii. p. 390 ; Linn. Trans. xi. p. 317; Mai. ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1873)
"Group depurator. In this group the anterior tibia! are denticulate, the teeth being formed by processes of the tibia; itself, and not as in the preceding ..."

3. Variation in Animals and Plants by Horace Middleton Vernon (1903)
"At Professor Weldon's suggestion, Mr. E. Warren * undertook similar measurements on 2300 specimens of another crab, Portunus depurator, also obtained from ..."

4. A History of the British Stalk-eyed Crustacea by Thomas Bell (1853)
"Portunus depurator. Leach. Specific character,—Front armed with three triangular teeth, and a small one on each side, over the inner angle of the orbit; ..."

5. The Transactions of the Microscopical Society of London by Microscopical Society of London (1860)
"But within this are large irregular masses of a totally different aspect evidently the result of a secondary process. depurator and pusillus, ..."

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