nominator nominator

Definition(s):

  • (n) someone who proposes a candidate for appointment or election

Usage(s):

  1. Government officials invalidated the nomination, explaining that neither the nominator nor the seconder was a member of the Bombay Legislative Assembly.
  2. Kansan Robert Dole claimed to be thoroughly persuaded by the speech his nominator, John Danforth of Missouri, made on his behalf.
  3. Several times he talked over long distance wires to Warm Springs, Georgia, where his good friend and presidential nominator Franklin Delano Roosevelt was mending his health.

News

  • South High girls take small steps on first cross country team

    Seven girls are sitting on the bench in front of South High School trying to pick a “runner of the week.” “I don’t wanna say it was hard for her . . .” begins one nominator, nodding toward Talea Cody. But Talea interrupts: “Oh, it was hard!” and everyone giggles.
    on August 8, 2013     Source: WBNS-10TV Columbus

Quotes

  • "Our key men in the defensive line have to look at him and where he is," Hodgson said. "He's a nominator for where the ball is going to go. If you can see where he is, eight or nine times out of 10 the ball is going to go there."
    on Apr 6, 2007 By: Brett Hodgson Source: The Australian

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