Definition of consecrator in US English:

consecrator

noun

  • See consecrate

    • ‘I had not taught her these motions; she was imitating what she had seen at Mass, and was obviously unaware that, as it currently stands, she will never be afforded the privilege of the role of consecrator.’
    • ‘‘Not just the ‘right’ side, but all those who fought, are the consecrators.’’
    • ‘His consecrators made no public statement that he was being consecrated knowing he was continuing unrepentant in sin.’
    • ‘He will act as chief consecrator on behalf of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Metropolitan of the province.’
    • ‘It was widely believed that the principal consecrator was one of those bishops who eight years before had surrendered sacred books or vessels to the confiscating authorities.’

Pronunciation

consecrator

/ˈkänsəˌkrādər//ˈkɑnsəˌkreɪdər/