Definition of deliberator in English:

deliberator

noun

  • See deliberate

    • ‘Well, Ray was more, as the book says, the deliberator.’
    • ‘It did not seem right to me, at such an age and in such a time, that I should be sitting in Washington in the position of a deliberator and debater.’
    • ‘Remember them - our lawmakers, policy deliberators, budget writers?’
    • ‘Deliberators identify with each other's decisions and actions, so that each deliberator's actions become the expression of the others' rational activity.’
    • ‘Each deliberator will be paid $150 for the day's work of citizenship.’

Pronunciation

deliberator

/dɪˈlɪbəreɪtə/