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synonyms for appropriator

  • acquirer
  • claimant
  • discoverer
  • spotter
  • search party
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antonyms for appropriator

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  • loser
  • owner
  • stray
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How to use appropriator in a sentence

As the appropriator of his own he didn't so much want to brand him as—just more "amusingly" even, if one would.
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He hadn't so much minded the epithets Mrs. Folliott had applied, for they were to the appropriator of her securities.
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In other words, the first appropriator is the first in right.
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The appropriator of the tale had a wide reputation in the West, and was exceedingly popular.
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Yet so keen was his appetite for the sport that the veteran appropriator absolutely burst into tears at not having "forked more."
PAUL CLIFFORD, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON
Verily, an appropriator of all values must such bestowing love become; but healthy and holy, call I this selfishness.
THUS SPAKE ZARATHUSTRAFRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE
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WORDS RELATED TO APPROPRIATOR

  • acquirer
  • appropriator
  • claimant
  • discoverer
  • search party
  • spotter
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