Definition of indoctrinator in English:

indoctrinator

noun

  • See indoctrinate

    • ‘The indoctrinators have very organized steps and styles that correspond to the levels and types of control.’
    • ‘It favours those who have never made a mistake, or never dared to challenge their indoctrinators.’
    • ‘If that is that case, the indoctrinators, like Aldous Huxley's controllers, become all-powerful.’
    • ‘Religious indoctrinators of every denomination must be salivating: all those innocent minds to corrupt, sorry, convert - and all on state money.’
    • ‘And of course some indoctrinators are more thorough and thought-preventive than others are.’