a person or thing that regenerates.
(in a regenerative furnace) a chamber filled with checkerwork that is repeatedly heated by exhaust gases in order to heat air that is passed through it.
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How to use regenerator in a sentence
There are vertebrate regenerators, but they’re more limited.A sea slug’s head can crawl around and grow a whole new body | Susan Milius | April 30, 2021 | Science News For Students
A group of tubelike sea squirts called ascidians might be considered the most complex of whole-body regenerators.A sea slug’s detached head can crawl around and grow a whole new body | Susan Milius | March 8, 2021 | Science News
The tailor-made gown was not looked upon as a regenerator of æsthetic standards, but it has proved that.The Leaven in a Great City | Lillian William Betts
I hadn't pinned my faith on a primary law; I think it was government ownership that I regarded as the great regenerator.The Master-Knot of Human Fate | Ellis Meredith
Within a minute the CO2 content in the closed cylinder went up and an air regenerator at the bottom hummed into life.Deathworld | Harry Harrison
These constitute a regenerator of heat, and also prevent a communication of flame from the cylinder to the receptacle.
They will find that it is indeed that which it professes itself to be—a Gastronomic regenerator.The Gastronomic Regenerator: | Alexis Soyer