Examples from the Web for terminator
You know, James Cameron: the director of The Terminator, True Lies, Titanic, and Avatar, among other obscure movies.
Queen Victoria had the reputation of being a humorless, dour battleaxe, a Terminator in bombazine.
Most of the Schwarzenegger movies currently in development are throwbacks to his glory days: Terminator: Genesis.Is This the End of Arnold Schwarzenegger's Comeback?|Andrew Romano|March 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Terminator was the second feature film James Cameron had directed, and was his first hit.
After surprising box office success, The Terminator would go on to spawn three sequels.
Professor Sykes reports seeing a distinct flash of light upon the terminator, or margin of light.
The general shape of this line is never a circle but always elliptical, and astronomers call it the terminator.Astronomy|David Todd
They would certainly be indicated on the terminator, and yet not a trace of such markings has been found.Mars and its Mystery|Edward Sylvester Morse
The liberation of the tiny planet and consequent shifting of the terminator was bringing frigidity to Vulcan's Workshop.Vulcan's Workshop|Harl Vincent
In fact, he can scarcely do more than note her varying phases (see 82Plate 6) and the somewhat uneven boundary of the terminator.Half-hours with the Telescope|Richard A. Proctor
British Dictionary definitions for terminator
Word Origin and History for terminator
1770, "line of separation between the bright and dark parts of a moon or planet," from Latin terminator, from terminare (see terminus). Meaning "one who terminates (something)" is attested from 1846.