educator

[ ej-oo-key-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF educator
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Yes, but could this ever have happened if Homer had really been the educator of Hellas?

It is here that the student comes into the most direct contact with the educator.

Thus he became a success as an educator at Blue Lick Springs.

As an educator she began her public work at teachers' institutes.

Intensity of feeling and vividness of imagination are at the disposal of the educator.

What kind of naïveté was it that led this educator into asking such a question?

It seems that Henry Adams fancied that he had failed as an educator.

All his powers as an orator, a controversialist, an educator were directed to this object.

Roger Ascham was the most celebrated English educator of the sixteenth century.

God is the Father of humanity, and he is also the Guide and Educator of our race.

WORD ORIGIN

1560s, "one who nourishes or rears;" 1670s, "one who trains or instructs," from Latin educator (in classical Latin, "a foster father" as well as "a tutor"), agent noun from past participle stem of educare (see educate). Latin educatrix meant "a nurse."

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