Origin of inventor
Examples from the Web for inventor
At his best, he was an inventor of part of the modern cinema's grammar.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days
December 13, 2014
Here, I thought for years my father had been a cook, but apparently he was an inventor.Do Palestinians Really Exist?
July 31, 2014
I just read an interview with Roger Linn, the inventor of the Linn Drum.Giorgio Moroder, Dance Music Legend, on Remixing Coldplay’s ‘Midnight’ and ‘Crazy’ Lana Del Rey
April 30, 2014
The first attempts to modernize the process were made by Thomas Edison and scientists working with American inventor.The Death Penalty’s Gruesome Truth
February 6, 2014
So what's next for the inventor who's already scored a scholarship to study at MIT?Why the Clintons Love Sierra Leone’s Boy Genius
September 26, 2013
He rose to influence as a Commissary-general, then retired from the army and became an inventor.
Further endeavours also led to disappointments; but in the end the inventor was successful.
He was engaged by the company, and henceforth his career as an inventor was secure.
All of them spoke in the highest terms of the inventor and the man.
The inventor spoke into his instrument, 'Do you understand what I say?'
- a person who invents, esp as a profession
Word Origin and History for inventor
c.1500, "a discoverer," from Latin inventor (fem. inventrix) "contriver, author, discoverer," agent noun from past participle stem of invenire (see invention). Meaning "one who contrives or produces a new thing or process" is from 1550s.