Definition of Negator

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



2. Noun. (grammar) A word (or other structural element) which causes negation (such as the word (term not) in English). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Negator

1. negater [n -S] - See also: negater

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Negator

negativism
negativisms
negativist
negativistic
negativists
negativities
negativity
negativization
negativizations
negativize
negativized
negativizes
negativizing
negaton
negatons
negator (current term)
negators
negatory
negatron
negatrons
negawatt
negawatts
negentropic
negentropy
negers
negged
negging
negihama
neginot

Literary usage of Negator

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1. The Great Epic of India: Its Character and Origin by Edward Washburn Hopkins (1901)
"According to epic interpretation, one saying nasti, in refusing a gift to a priest, is a " negator " no less than he who refuses assent to the orthodox ..."

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