Examples from the Web for projector
Welles, who once dismissed his masterpiece Citizen Kane as “dollar-book Freud,” was nothing if not a projector.
Fox News is on the projector screen, laptops showing the latest results are on the table, and the chicken wings are getting cold.
The phonograph and the projector are run by two motors of exactly the same size and power, from the same wires.The Boy's Book of New Inventions|Harry E. Maule
A good place for us to mount the projector—up there in that tall tower.The White Invaders|Raymond King Cummings
If we could persuade this duty man to turn the projector on them!Brigands of the Moon|Ray Cummings
Whether the projector committed an error, I leave to the critics.An History of Birmingham (1783)|William Hutton
Pisistratus, the first projector amongst the Greeks of a collection of the works of the learned, i. 2.Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)|Isaac Disraeli
British Dictionary definitions for projector
Word Origin and History for projector
1590s, "one who forms a project," agent noun in Latin form from project (v.). In the optical, camera sense it is from 1884.