authenticator authenticator


  • (n) one who determines authenticity (as of works of art) or who guarantees validity


  1. If the sealed authenticator inside the safe matches the incoming message, the officers would take out separate firing keys and go to consoles about twelve feet apart.
  2. A Major League Baseball authenticator checked the ball, put a little sticker on it, took a picture, then that was it.
  3. After a Major League Baseball authenticator put a hologram on the ball, Murphy and Kamal rushed to their hotel near Fisherman's Wharf and checked out.



  1. "I put it in my back pocket," Ross said. "All of a sudden they were like bombarding me. The authenticator said 'I thought 24 (Maybin) had it.' I said 'he did but he flipped it to me.' I said, 'Here it is. Make sure you give it back to me so I...
    on Sep 28, 2008 By: Cody Ross Source: Palm Beach Post

  2. "Barry Waters called me into the office and gave me the stern look," Jimerson said. "I thought I was in trouble already. He told me he had got the MLB authenticator stickers on the actual ball and the lineup card, so that's real
    on Sep 5, 2006 By: Charlton Jimerson Source: Houston Chronicle

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