Definition of humiliator in US English:

humiliator

noun

  • See humiliate

    • ‘But public humiliation has become taboo at work, indicting the humiliator more than the humiliated.’
    • ‘It is seeing the ironic swing of history that transforms one people, who were once the objects of continental humiliation, into those who today are the lords, masters, and humiliators of another people.’
    • ‘It wanted to humiliate the humiliators and to be seen to be morally in charge.’
    • ‘But the humiliators should be careful too because while we're humiliating others we become narrow, rigid, and arrogant and then we too inevitably will fall into the inescapable vat of our own humiliation.’
    • ‘Mixed with distress and shame is intense rage at his humiliators.’

Pronunciation

humiliator

/-ˌātər/