[ im-prov-uh-zey-ter, im-pruh-vuh- ]
/ ɪmˈprɒv əˌzeɪ tər, ˈɪm prə və- /


a person who improvises; improviser.

Origin of improvisator

1785–95; improvise + -ator; compare Italian improvvisatore Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for improvisator

  • In French, they call such a person by a very long name—the improvisator.

    Welsh Fairy Tales|William Elliott Griffis
  • Then he began his story with all the earnestness and tragic power of an improvisator of ancient Rome.

    The Empress Josephine|Louise Muhlbach
  • Johnnie had the tongue of the improvisator, and he loved a listener.

    Tiverton Tales|Alice Brown