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inspirator

/ (ˈɪnspɪˌreɪtə) /
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noun
a device for drawing in or injecting a vapour, liquid, etcAlso called: injector
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How to use inspirator in a sentence

  • Furthermore, the Inspirator's use is not confined to wet days alone.

    Camp and Trail|Stewart Edward White
  • Until you have tried it you will have difficulty in realizing how quickly wet wood will ignite when persuaded by the Inspirator.

    Camp and Trail|Stewart Edward White
  • In the camp of the lumber-jacks and of the Indian rangers he was regarded as the pride of the mess and the inspirator of the tent.

    The Lincoln Story Book|Henry L. Williams
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