What is another word for originator?

Pronunciation: [əɹˈɪd͡ʒɪnˌe͡ɪtə] (IPA)

An originator is someone who creates something, such as an idea, a product, or a concept. A synonym for originator is innovator, which is someone who introduces new methods, ideas, or products. Other synonyms for originator include creator, inventor, pioneer, and founder. A creator is someone who brings something into existence, while an inventor is someone who devises or creates something new. A pioneer is someone who initiates or leads the way in a new field, while a founder is someone who establishes an organization or institution. Overall, these synonyms share a common thread of creativity, ingenuity, and originality.

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What are the opposite words for originator?

The word originator refers to a person who creates or starts something. Some antonyms for the term originator include follower, imitator, copycat, and plagiarist. A follower is a person who adopts the ideas and actions of another person and follows them blindly. An imitator is someone who copies the work of others without introducing any originality. A copycat is a negative term for a person who tries to emulate the style, behavior, or ideas of someone else. A plagiarist is someone who steals the work of others and passes it off as their own. While an originator creates something new, these antonyms suggest a lack of original thought and creativity.

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Usage examples for Originator

But it seemed as though England had ceased to be the originator of ideas, and was for the immediate future at least to receive political and philosophical impulses from France and Germany.
"English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century"
Leslie Stephen
Throughout the Chronicles make a point of exhibiting David as the originator, and Solomon as the executive instrument.
"The History of Antiquity, Vol. II (of VI)"
Max Duncker
He is said to be the originator of the humorous expression that has since been used often enough.
"Makers of Modern Medicine"
James J. Walsh

Famous quotes with Originator

  • Creation implies authority in the sense of originator. The possibility of a 'Fall' is implied in a Covenant insofar as the idea of a Covenant implies the possibility of its being violated.
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  • Meanwhile, the originator of a theory may have a very lonely time, especially if his colleagues find his views of nature unfamiliar, and difficult to appreciate.
    Peter D. Mitchell
  • The final outcome cannot be known, either to the originator of a new theory, or to his colleagues and critics, who are bent on falsifying it. Thus, the scientific innovator may feel all the more lonely and uncertain.
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  • How many authors are there among writers? Author means originator.
    Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
  • The nice thing about quotes is that they give us a nodding acquaintance with the originator which is often socially impressive.
    Kenneth Williams

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