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postulator

[ pos-chuh-ley-ter ]
/ ˈpɒs tʃəˌleɪ tər /
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noun Roman Catholic Church.
a priest who presents a plea for a beatification or the canonization of a beatus.Compare devil's advocate (def. 2).
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Origin of postulator

First recorded in 1860–65, postulator is from the Latin word postulātor claimant. See postulate, -tor
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British Dictionary definitions for postulator

postulator
/ (ˈpɒstjʊˌleɪtə) /

noun
RC Church a person, usually a priest, deputed to prepare and present a plea for the beatification or canonization of some deceased person
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