Definition of venerator in US English:

venerator

noun

  • See venerate

    • ‘There were not only Russians in the church, but Americans, Serbs and Bulgarians as well - all venerators of St. John.’
    • ‘Che's venerators, of course, occupy nearly the whole Island of Cuba and most of Latin America.’
    • ‘Paschal was a devout and fervent venerator of the martyrs.’
    • ‘The Holy Icons were being destroyed, and their venerators were being severely persecuted.’
    • ‘John Paul clearly thinks the reconsideration went too far, and his fellow venerators of Mary agree.’

Pronunciation

venerator

/ˈvɛnəˌreɪdər//ˈvenəˌrādər/