Origin of communicator
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Examples from the Web for communicator
Over and over, people have spoken about President Obama's prowess as a communicator.Obama Should Have Spent More Time in Court, Ctd.
October 5, 2012
He believes that art should serve as a communicator—and that candy is a universal language everyone can understand.Inside Will Cotton's Candy World
November 2, 2011
Coakley, as inept a communicator as Gillibrand, just proved this.The Next Martha Coakley?
January 25, 2010
Howard Bragman has been a communicator, educator, entrepreneur, writer and lecturer for over 30 years.Facebook Kicked Me Out
February 16, 2009
But he settled down with the communicator to make the attempt.
Something that ain't human's talking at me on a communicator!
He located the communicator controls, and picked up the microphone.The Players
Everett B. Cole
The communicator on the Gern officer's belt spoke with metallic authority.Space Prison
Then suddenly through the communicator came an unmistakable sound.The Black Star Passes
John W Campbell
Word Origin and History for communicator
1660s, from Latin communicator, agent noun from communicare (see communication).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper