Origin of celebrant
OTHER WORDS FROM celebrantpre·cel·e·brant, noun
Words nearby celebrant
How to use celebrant in a sentence
Only the Fourth of July sees more sparklers than the Yardbird desserts destined for celebrants.Count on crisp and juicy fried chicken at the bustling new Yardbird in D.C.|Tom Sietsema|June 25, 2021|Washington Post
As a result, beaches were jammed mostly with maskless celebrants.
Faridah, humanist celebrant trainee A separate petition has garnered 417 signatures from people in support of humanist marriages in Uganda.Can Uganda Help Africa Break the Church’s Grip on Weddings?|Charu Kasturi|December 14, 2020|Ozy
The celebrant sprinkled the victim with wine and salted cake, and made a symbolic gesture with the knife.The Religion of Ancient Rome|Cyril Bailey
The phrase struck him as familiar; for the first time he looked at his fellow celebrant.The Onslaught from Rigel|Fletcher Pratt
This celebrant developed into a priest, whom to entertain brought blessings on kings.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1|Andrew Lang
He had arranged his modest quarters with the reverent care of a celebrant awaiting the descent of his deity.Tales Of Men And Ghosts|Edith Wharton
Quidam tertiam diem maxime celebrant pro spiritu anima et corpore.