Definition of inspirer in US English:

inspirer

noun

  • See inspire

    • ‘This isn't to say, however, that we should not be celebrating our brightest and best, our innovators, energisers and inspirers in the fields of arts, science, business and beyond.’
    • ‘Can Science Fiction writers, inspirers of futures, cause a seed change in the American imagination so that, in turn, our leaders can be influenced?’
    • ‘I'll applaud the role of inspirer and (if worthy) moral example from a religious leader who wants to contribute to politics and social progress.’
    • ‘And the search for inspirers, organizers, and financiers has yet to begin.’
    • ‘It would mean that women would have a central part in the culture, as muses and inspirers certainly, but also as honourable beings in their own right.’

Pronunciation

inspirer

/inˈspīrər//ɪnˈspaɪrər/