verb (used with object), prom·ul·gat·ed, prom·ul·gat·ing.
Origin of promulgate
Examples from the Web for promulgator
She nodded toward the promulgator of Heaven-born ideas, who bowed solemnly.Elkan Lubliner, American|Montague Glass
He was great only as the promulgator, not as the inventor, of ideas.Prophets of Dissent|Otto Heller
Du Bois is not a leader of men, as Washington is: he is rather a promulgator of ideas.Following the Color Line|Ray Stannard Baker
Joseph Smith, the prophet, was the promulgator under God of these principles.Gospel Doctrine|Joseph F. Smith
How this last doctrine was defended by its promulgator, we cannot say.